Don ‘ t try this at home: A pilot and her flight attendant has the “Labyrinth Challenge” next to a moving plane in a viral video.
A pilot has filmed at the Kiki dance challenge to end all others — in addition to its move the plane.
Alejandra Manriquez Pérez filmed in the cockpit before jumping on the tarmac with her flight assistant.
The couple dancing next to the jet as it rolls slowly along.
The “Do It Shiggy” dance is inspired by Drake’s latest single “My Feelings” from the new album “Scorpio.”
Instagram comedian Shiggy generated for the challenge — dancing in a Reebok tracksuit outfit, Shiggy is filmed dancing merrily in the middle of the road to the song.
He interprets the texts, “are you driving” by pretending to steer a car.
Thousands of social media users, including celebrities like will Smith, are posting images of themselves in silly dances to the tune of the hit song.
The last day in Budapest. I woke up #InMyFeelings I’m Keeping 💯… I was TERRIFIED. That is the reason why my dance moves is all STIFF! Haha #InMyFeelingsChallenge #DoTheShiggy . Be smart, do not try to do this under any circumstances. . 🎥: @jas @aidan @aaronjonferguson
The first Officer, Alejandra Manríquez Pérez, 30, of Mexico city, the City has an enviable task of ferrying the world of the rich and famous via the air from the flight deck of its Embraer Legacy 600 aircraft.
Pérez enviable Instagram reveals some of the pictures of her posing with the celebrities she meets through her work, including the pop band Maroon 5, footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, and F1 driver Sergio Pérez.
Other shots show Pérez, who does not leave her country of origin, until she was 21, a visit to some of the most remarkable sights such as the eiffel tower in France, Rome and the Coliseum and the Cathedral of Milan.
She said: “As a child, I knew that I wanted to do something different, I’ve never had the chance to travel around, because my parents had trouble with money. I started to work at the airport in customer service for private flights when I was 18 and I absolutely fell in love with the planes and the fascinating aviation world.”
She added: “I was 21 when I first went to Mexico when I applied to study at a school in California. I wanted to see the world, but I also loved the adrenaline of flying with a great looking machine by the air to myself on each new spot.”
Pérez says that she hopes to encourage people to follow their dreams.
She added: “I would like to inspire new generations to make their dreams to life and by doing what they love and feel passionate about what it is.”
“There is but one life and there is no reason for you to settle for less.”
This article originally appeared on The Sun.