THE DINGLE Coast Guard have stepped up to the new viral dance challenge which has taken the world by storm.
Since Gardaí across the country performed an incredibly impressive dance reel last week after being challenged by the Swiss Police, families, communities, nursing homes and businesses have all tried their hand at the Jerusalema Challenge.
But this newest attempt is one of the most impressive so far.
The volunteers from the Dingle Coast Guard in County Kerry have stepped up to the Jerusalema challenge in such a way that it showcased both their dancing skills and the incredible scenery in County Kerry.
With sea, sky, sand and mountains in the background, the eight-strong group, dressed to the nines in rescue gear, dance to the now-famous song-- without putting a foot out of place.
The fantastic effort has drawn praise from people across Ireland and beyond, with many grateful to the group for bringing a bit of light-hearted fun at a time when people are struggling with long lockdowns and cold, dark weather.
The only thing missing is the beloved Fungie, who disappeared last year after spending close to 40 years in Dingle Bay.
We're sure that, if he was around, the playful dolphin would have had a few tricks up his sleeve to help make the video even more entertaining-- but the Dingle Coast Guard have inarguably done a fantastic job on their own.