Millions of us have watched, got hooked to and danced to Saudi Arabia's latest "Barbes" dance craze, after it was released on YouTube in December 2015.
While the dance was re-enacted by dozens across the Middle East and shared online, including Bahraini teen singer Hala Turk and her step mama Moroccan singer Dounia Batma, others were critical of the Barbs choreography as they deemed it "too sexual" and called for having it boycotted.
يمكن ذولا احلا ثنين رقصو رقصة #بربس— مـنـال.. #57 (@manolh1) January 19, 2016
مع اني ماهضمت الرقصه #بس_اقول pic.twitter.com/2riuGz4Z7J
But is the Barbs dance - that has been watched over 20 million times on YouTube - so bad that someone had to get arrested over it?!
Well, two Emiratis dressed in military uniforms were actually arrested after posting a video of themselves performing the dance.
According to the Washington Post, the Abu Dhabi government charged the two national servicemen for "disrespecting their uniform and the national army."
خبر اليوم: تم إلقاء القبض على اثنين من شباب الخدمة الوطنيه المتورطين في تصوير مقطع "#بربس"— الحمادي (@alhmaidi8023) January 19, 2016
المرجلة ماتنشرا بفلوس pic.twitter.com/BxvDIyQLVa
Either way, our feet are still shuffling left and right to Barb's upbeat tunes, and here's a reminder why...