Man Creates Impressive 'Baby Shark' Christmas Lights Sequence

There's always one person who goes up over the top with the Christmas decorations, isn't there? Covering their house in enough lights that it can almost definitely be seen from space, without a care for their impending electric bill.

Martin Yandle, 36, is one such chap. He has decked his home out with hundreds of lights, but going one better, he's managed to set up a 15-minute musical display using a bunch of his kid's favourite songs, including the viral sensation Baby Shark.


This is something quite special, isn't it?

Martin, who helps out with lighting for local drama groups, said: "The choice of songs is based around my children's favourite songs."

And if you're wondering what his neighbours think about the whole thing, you may be surprised to learn they're pretty cool about it.

"My neighbours have been very supportive so far," he added. Perhaps 'so far' is the key part of the sentence.

But he can help keep them sweet as his impressive display features a control for volume.

Martin said: "The volume can be controlled, and the sound is only heard when people are outside watching the show and holding down the button to activate the sound." Well, I'm sure that's a massive relief for your neighbours, mate.

The incredible lighting set up isn't just helping to brighten people's day, Martin has placed a donation collection box nearby with funds raised going towards Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance, which is pretty bloody nice, isn't it?

If you don't have kids, you may just have managed to miss the Baby Shark viral trend that swept across the Internet earlier this year.

The annoyingly catchy song has had parents up the wall as their kids listen to it on repeat.


One man, calling himself DiscoBoy, was seemingly so overcome with the annoying track, he rocked up to his local Tesco wearing a vest, teeny pair of shorts, a fluffy hat and sunglasses and began dancing along while blasting the track.

Nope, I've no idea, either.

DiscoBoy, real name Lee Marshall, shocked staff and shoppers at the supermarket in Workington, Cumbria.

His clip DiscoBoy Baby Shark Supermarket Edition racked up tens of thousands of views on YouTube.

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Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist at LADbible. Claire graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA in journalism. She’s previously worked at Trinity Mirror. Since joining LADbible, Claire has worked on pieces for the UOKM8? mental health campaign, the Yemen crisis, life in the Calais Jungle as well as a profile of a man who is turning himself into a cyborg.

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