Soldiers dancing in Hebron
Soldiers' dance in Hebron may mean trouble
(Video) Controversial dance routine performed by soldiers on duty in Hebron becomes viral hit on YouTube. Soldiers may face disciplinary action over stunt

VIDEO - Six soldiers face possible disciplinary measures for breaking out into a coordinated dance routine in the middle of the street while on duty in Hebron.


As they walked quietly down the street armed with guns and bullet proof vests, the soldiers were set into motion for a skit that lasted a few seconds when Kesha's hit song "Tik Tok" came on in the background.


The original video title noted that Israeli soldiers rock the Casbah in Hebron. By Monday afternoon, the video had been taken down by the original uploader, an Israeli YouTube user, after the clip received hundreds of response stating that media outlets had started publishing the video and had contacted the IDF Spokesperson's Unit.


However, a different Youtube user put it back up, now entitled "It's easy to laugh at the occupation when you're the repressor (and a douche bag)."


Recently, similar videos from other militaries have popped up online, with one of the most popular being US troops in Afghanistan performing a Lady Gaga song.


ShalomLife contributed to this report



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