She wants other people hearing her story to stop and think whether a stupid internet challenge is worth all this pain, no matter how many views or likes it might earn them.
Earlier, the Uttar Pradesh police also issued a cautionary tweet.
Police departments across the states have been educating people not to take up the risky challenge which has gained tremendous popularity. Anna and her parents are now warning on the risky challenge, which went viral when a comedian posted a dance on Instagram.More news: Facebook plunges more than 24 percent on revenue miss and projected slowdown
Mumbai's police tweeted their 4.6 million followers a stark warning about the dance challenge: "Desist from public nuisance or face the music".
Israeli politician Moshe Kahlon came under fire from road safety officials on Monday after he posted a video of his own "In My Feelings" dance, the Jerusalem Post reported. The Gulf Emirate of Abu Dhabi has now ordered the arrest of three "famous" social media users for taking part in the viral challenge.
The post further warned, "Don't challenge death. Be wise - keep away from silly stunts & advise your friends as well to stay safe".
In India, police posted this warning to Facebook, encouraging participants to halt the sensation due to its risky nature.
After the police in Hyderabad issued a directive against the challenge, the Bengaluru police too have warned of strict action against those caught doing it. The police used hash tags #GetInToTheCar #kikiChallenge #InMySafetyFeelings to drive home the message.