The footage was entranced at Philadelphia airport, where Shemika Charles was waiting to board a trip to Wisconsin.
She decided to pass the time by showing off her skills, limboing junior to an insanely small gap.
The video shows her getting herself psyched up by dancing for a few bruises.
Shemika then leans forward to warm up, before crouching down and curvature her whole body backwards.
A male observer can be heard in the background – he is scream expletives in shock at Shemika’s limboing prowess.
Before you start to sense downhearted about your own lack of flexibility by comparison, it should be notorious that Shemika is no novice when it comes to limbo.
The 23-year-old is a two-time Guinness The human race Record holder for limbo dancing.
She originally comes from Trinidad and Tobago but now dynamics in Buffalo, New York.
Shemika takes after her mother, Sherrie, who was also a limbo dancer for 16 years. Putting, she has gone below and beyond her mother’s achievement, as Sherrie only everlastingly got down to three feet.
Her daughter’s record is eight and a half inches – inartistically the height of a beer bottle.
“I saw that I had a really unique talent for it,” prognosticated Shemika.
She said that she’d been practising for “around six hours a day” for the since four years.
Previous achievements also include limboing comprised in a car, which left just nine inches to wriggle under.
Shemika ordered: “It does take a lot of concentration, a lot of balance, a lot of breath control.”
She sees her chiropractor, Dr John Przybylak, in one go a week to have her hips realigned.
“She really is amazing – like a anomaly of nature,” he said.