Eton Style
Eton sixth formers do the Gangnam dance while wearing their uniform in the video parody.

It is regarded as one of the most privileged schools in the country, with Prince William and George Canning amongst its impressive list of former students.

But while many may associate Eton with snotty-nosed rich kids, a group of sixth formers have set out to prove that it doesn't actually take itself too seriously.

The college students have become an internet sensation after posting a video parody of Psy's Gangnam Style on YouTube.

In the five-minute clip, the cheeky boys do the world famous Gangnam Style dance around the Berkshire college dressed in their school uniforms and dark glasses.

They poke fun at the £30,000-a-year school's reputation and mention its famous alumni.

The rap features lines such as: "Me and my homies runnin' around and getting dizzy/ Don't even know what we drank but we'll take it if it's fizzy/ I think it might be Moet at £100 a bottle/ 'Cause here we drink that just like water."

They add: "We may be awkward, frustrated, lonely and insecure but we don't care," and "yah, yah, yah, yah, we've got Eton Style".

Within hours of it being uploaded, the video had been viewed thousands of times and was being shared across all social media platforms.

One commentator said: "Hilarious! Brilliant. Whoever said posh kids were no fun..."

Another wrote: "Lads, terrific effort... absolutely hilarious. Well played."

The pupils released their video earlier after it emerged that Old Etonians David Cameron and Boris Johnson had once performed the Gangnam Style together with their families at Chequers.

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