If you’re an observant person, now and again you can see some crazy things in airports. I’m always paying attention, and I’ve seen a lot of unusual things, including acrobat yoga at my gate. One thing I would like to have witnessed is Shemika Campbell (who holds the Guinness limbo record) doing the limbo under, yes, a row of typical gate-area seats. The space below them can’t be much more than a foot. It’s amazing, as you’ll see in the video above!

Note: This happened back in January in the Philadelphia airport but it’s getting attention now thanks to Gary Leff writing about it last week.

Guinness limbo record holder limbos under airport seat

 

Johnny Jet
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