Four city teenagers arrived at prom in style this week.

Dylon, Noah, Kyle and Callum, all graduating from Hellesdon High School, wanted "something quirky and different" while looking for transport to their end-of-school celebration on Thursday evening. 

The boys were amazed when they found a Scooby Doo Mystery Machine party van for hire on Facebook, but didn't know it would soon find internet fame. 

The van drew quite a crowdThe van drew quite a crowd (Image: Gemma Hunter)

YouTube star KSI, who has 24 million subscribers, used the cartoon-inspired vehicle in a video which has fetched 7.2 million views since May. 

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The internet prankster and his friends take it on a tour of haunted houses in Wales, which Mystery Machine owner Mark Boyde said was "exciting". 

The van suited the four friends' personalities The van suited the four friends' personalities (Image: Gemma Hunter)

And the four friends rode it to Carrow Road stadium where it was enjoyed by classmates and family alike.

Dylon's mum Gemma said: "It was amazing, everybody was so happy to see it.

"The boys aren't too into normal cars so the Mystery Machine really suited their personalities."