Yorktown police warn residents of 'In My Feelings' challenge danger

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YORKTOWN -

Police in Yorktown are warning the public about the dangers of taking part in the "In My Feelings" challenge.

Yorktown Police Chief Robert Noble says the department posted a video on Facebook warning their community not to try the dance craze in the middle of the street after reports of multiple injuries across the country.

He says residents can be charged with a crime if caught doing the dance outside of their vehicle.

"If we find you doing it, not only are we going to take your car, but we're probably going to arrest you," Noble says.

He says no one in Yorktown has been spotted doing the "In My Feelings" challenge.

Police advise parents to talk about the dangers of the challenge if they have young drivers.

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