The "Harlem Shake" video craze might be getting out of control.
Many people have been declaring the trend over already, and now, the seemingly harmless—perhaps annoying—phenomenon has caused miners in Australia to lose their jobs and prompted an FAA investigation.
According to The West Australian, 15 gold mine workers have been fired and banned for life from company projects after making a "Harlem Shake" video on-site.
And last week, leaders with the Federal Aviation Administration said they were investigating an incident in which passengers danced on an airplane.
But other workplaces in the area—including Access America and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga—are embracing the trend.
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