Ellsworth PD Chief threatens "Keke" challenge participants with Nickelback, polka music

(Ellsworth Kansas Police Department/Facebook)

ELLSWORTH, Kan. (KWCH) The Ellsworth Police Chief says he has a unique way he's going to punish people who breaking the law while participating in the "Keke"/"In My Feelings" challenge.

"FYI if I catch anyone getting out of their vehicle to do this stupid dance, I'm going to put you in the back of my patrol vehicle and drive around for 30 minutes while making you listen to songs of my choice," said Chief Emil Halfhill on the police department's Facebook page.

Halfhill posted of list of artists he'd choose from including Nickelback, Justin Bieber, Polka music, Cher, Kenny Rogers Christmas album or Mariah Carey.

"This playlist is subject to change at my discretion at any time," concluded the post.

The "KeKe"/"In My Feelings" challenge is a dance trend going viral around the internet. It features the song "In My Feelings" by Drake.

Law enforcement agencies across the nation have issued warnings about the challenge because several people have recorded themselves jumping out of moving vehicles to perform the dance challenge.

There have even been reports of people injuring themselves during the challenge.