It seems Gangnam Style has finally been resigned to the "it's so last year" pile as a group of students show the Harlem Shake is the new dance move in town.

A flash mob of more than 130 students donned white coats, scrubs and er, a Star Wars stormtrooper helmet, to bust out the dance which originated in Harlem in the 1980s.


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Stanley Liew, an Edinburgh student an one of the flash mob's organisers, told HuffPost UK: "One of my friends saw a Harlem Shake video on Youtube on Sunday and showed it to me. We thought that it would be really cool to have a local version of it. One thing lead to another and two days later more than 130 people turned up to bust a move at Bristo Square, Edinburgh!"

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