VIDEO: Brunel spotted doing Harlem Shake on board ss Great Britain
It's a viral video craze that's taking the world by storm - whether you like it or not.
And now even Bristol's favourite engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel has been spotted doing his own version of the Harlem Shake on board the ss Great Britain.
Several videos have appeared on YouTube showing Bristolians making their own version of the dance.
The latest is this one on the historic ship and museum.
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The Harlem Shake meme – a concept that spreads from person to person via the internet – began this month in Australia.
It involves a short video featuring a single masked person dancing to the start of the song, recorded by DJ and producer Baauer.
When the bass comes in, the video cuts to the same scene filled with about 150 costumed people.
Have you seen any other Bristol takes on the Harlem Shake? Email a link to us.