British Troops In Afghanistan Parody PSY's 'Gangnam Style' For Charity

19 December 2012, 11:39

The video, named 'Afghan Style', is an almost exact replica of PSY's original video – but it's all filmed at a military base.

British troops in Afghanistan have recreated their own version of massive international hit 'Gangnam Style' for charity.

The video, named 'Afghan Style', is an almost exact replica of PSY's original video – but it's all filmed at a military base.

It shows male and female troops based in Afghanistan's Camp Bastion imitating the famous 'horse dance' and replicating other parts of the track's original video – which has nearly one billion YouTube views.

One scene shows the soldiers being sprayed with a fire extinguisher, while later in the video a row of men cycle on exercise bikes.

Check out the video of British forces doing their own 'Gangnam Style' below:

The men and women spent three months during periods of downtime and after work to produce the video. Their aim is to raise the profile for the Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team.

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