A woman at the airport of limbo trick has gone viral.
Airports can be difficult. Delays, unexpected weather conditions, and overbooked flights can easily leave passengers in the dark. But limbo is exactly what this Guinness World Record holder does best.
Originally from Trinidad and Tobago, Shemika Charles is an internationally recognized limbo dancer who lives in Buffalo, New York. Charles achieved its first Guinness World Record in 2010 for “the Lowest Female Limbo” by the reach of 8.5 cm from the ground.
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She claimed her second in 2016 by limboing for more than 10 meters at a height of less than a foot, claiming the record for “Farthest Distance to the Limbo who are younger than 12 Inches.” Charles can also be seen to be defying the force of gravity on the seasons 6 and 12 of “America’s Got Talent.”
Now, as a limbo superstar, Charles regularly fly around the world to present her talents. We all know that waiting for flights can be quite boring, but for Charles, airports are the perfect place to spend a few hours practicing her craft. In a viral video was originally recorded in January, Charles can be seen limboing to dangerously low levels under the chairs at the Philadelphia International Airport.
Airports are notoriously good places to people-watch, but to believe that this wild airport trick, you need to watch the video for yourself.
This article originally appeared on the Travel + Leisure.