Harlem Shake comes to Plymouth as Oceana uploads clip
Plymouth's Oceana Nightclub has joined the latest internet craze by uploading a Harlem Shake video to YouTube.
The Barbican Leisure Park venue has created a 30-second video featuring the latest dance craze.
The video was viewed more than 6,000 times in its first few hours.
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The Harlem Shake is an Internet meme - an idea spread across the globe via the world wide web - that has gone viral on YouTube this month.
The dance was established in a video uploaded on February 2 by The Sunny Coast Skate, five teenagers from Queensland, Australia.
The teenagers' video, in its turn, was a follow-up to a video by a YouTube comedy vlogger named Filthy Frank featuring a part where several costumed persons danced to the song "Harlem Shake" by Baauer.
As with the majority of clips, the one from Oceana Nightclub begins with one person masked - in this case wearing a shark head - dancing to the song alone for 15 seconds, surrounded by other people not paying attention or unaware of the dancing individual.
When the bass drops, the video switches to the entire crowd doing a crazy convulsive dance for the next 15 seconds wearing a random variety of odd clothes.
The Oceana video is not the first Harlem Shake created in Plymouth...