READER REPORT:

Harlem shake: Harbour bridge gets shaking

JESS ETHERIDGE
Last updated 05:00 22/02/2013
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MOVERS AND SHAKERS: Reporters Marnie Hallahan, left, and Maryke Penman before heading out to the Auckland Harbour Bridge.

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The North Shore Times newsroom asked its readers where they would like to see our journalists do the Harlem Shake.

One brave soul suggested the Auckland Harbour Bridge and reporter Maryke Penman got to work in order to make it happen.

Thanks to Auckland Bridge Climb, we were taken underneath the iconic bridge to film the Harlem Shake on Pier 2, overlooking Auckland's central business district and Devonport.

We hope you like our moves!

Starring: Maryke Penman, Marnie Hallahan, Katasha McCullough and Shaun Morresey. Filmed and edited by Jess Etheridge.


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