A group of Brighton Area Firefighters have joined in an internet sensation and filmed their own Harlem Shake - Firefighter Style.
The Harlem Shake as an Internet meme began earlier this month, when five teens from Australia uploaded a 30-second video to YouTube and then watched it go viral.
Since then, thousands of groups of dancers have created spin offs. Students at Hartland High School did one for their morning announcement.
Brighton Fire Chief Mike O'Brian said the video was made by off-duty staff members at Fire Station 31 in downtown Brighton.
"They did it first as a joke," O'Brian said. "Then they thought it would be a good idea if we added a little fire prevention twist to it. So we're hoping people watch it and hope that people remember to check their smoke alarms. It was kind of an ingenious idea, I thought."
The video versions are not without controversy, though. At Milford High School last week, students were suspended for allegedly filming an inappropriate Harlem Shake video at the school.
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