WATCH: Munster Rugby players take on the 'Running Man Challenge' in style

Last Saturday Cork car dealers Kearys Renault sold their first 162 car - and they went all out to celebrate, writes Denise O'Donoghue.

They drafted in Munster Rugby players Simon Zebo, Johnny Holland, Rory Scannell and Dave O'Callaghan to compete in a dance-off in their showroom.

Simon Zebo really went for it.

It makes us wonder if all sales are celebrated this way in Kearys?

The dance is part of the 'Running Man Challenge', which has been growing in popularity in the past few weeks. Police across the world, in particular, are getting involved in the challenge, including our own gardaí. Participants must dance the Running Man to a '90s hit song, Ghost Town DJ's 'My Boo'.

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