- A woman passed her time at the airport by doing the limbo
- Onlookers were awed when she shimmied underneath a row of seats
- The woman, who called herself The Limbo Queen, is a two-time Guinness World Record holder for Limbo dancing
A viral video of a woman doing the limbo under a row of seats at an airport has left viewers amazed.
The woman, 23-year-old Shemika Charles who calls herself The Limbo Queen, passed her time at the Philadelphia Airport while waiting to board a flight to Wisconsin by doing the limbo. The video showed her dancing for a few seconds to warm up before she bends her body backwards and started shimmying underneath the airport chairs.
A male onlooker was heard shouting in the background as he was shocked to see Shemika’s limbo skills.
Shemika said she was just practicing her move ahead of a show in Wisconsin.
Originally from Trinidad and Tobago but now lives in New York, Shemika is a holder of two Guinness World Records in Limbo dancing. She first made a world record in 2010 when she limboed 8 1/2 inches from the floor – approximately the height of a beer bottle, according to the Daily Mail.
In 2016, she won her 2nd Guinness World Record for The Farthest Distance to Limbo under 12 inches, in China – a distance of 12 feet.
She also claimed to be the first person to limbo under a car.
Watch her wiggle underneath a row of seats at the Philadelphia airport in this CNN clip::