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Everyone knows and loves Marks & Spencer's icon Percy Pig.
However, did you know he had some amazing dance moves as well as making tasty sweet treats?
Well you do now as he has been spotted showing off his twerking skills on TikTok.
M&S took to its official Instagram page to share the video of Percy getting down to Cherish song Do It Do It, which many people are currently dancing to on TikTok.
Percy was seen taking on the challenge with three M&S workers as they fist bumped before showing off their moves.
This including doing a sl*t drop and snapping their fingers.
Percy then turns around to shake his rear as he's seen twerking for the camera.
M&S fans were loving the post, as it racked up more than 35,000 likes from its followers.
One person exclaimed: "OMG. Content done RIGHT."
While another added: "This is no ordinary TikTok, this is an M&S TikTok."
A third chimed in: "They all need pay rises best team in TikTok."
While a fourth agreed: "This is brilliant!"
Even Percy himself commented on the video, as he wrote: "Love them all #icons."
However, the Percy clip wasn't the only video fans were treated too.
Some of the staff at M&S Romford were seen dancing outside the store's warehouse in high-vis jackets as they mimed to Backstreet Boys' I Want It That Way.
Another workers was also seen dancing around the M&S store miming to ABBA's Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!
M&S wrote: "M&S Romford understood the assignment."
Those who love Percy Pig will also be excited to hear about two new products that have hit Marks' shelves recently.
These are a £8 Percy Pig outfit for dogs and Percy Pig flavour cake jars, which are consist of Madeira sponge, layered with raspberry jam, raspberry jelly pieces, fruity buttercream, finished with freeze-dried raspberries, and, of course, a Percy Pig!
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