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'Limbo Queen' does the limbo under row of Philadelphia airport chairs

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Ben Hooper
Limbo Queen Shemika Charles does the limbo under a row of chairs at a Philadelphia airport. Screenshot: KCPQ-TV
"Limbo Queen" Shemika Charles does the limbo under a row of chairs at a Philadelphia airport. Screenshot: KCPQ-TV

Jan. 24 (UPI) -- The Guinness World Record-holding "Limbo Queen" passed the time during a layover at a Philadelphia airport by doing the limbo under a row of chairs.

Shemika Charles, a Buffalo, N.Y., resident who holds the Guinness World Record for lowest limbo at a height of 8.5 inches, posted a video to Twitter from her layover in Philadelphia while on her way to perform in a Wisconsin Badgers basketball halftime show.

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The video shows Charles shimmy under the row of chairs limbo-style, to the amazement of onlookers.

Charles said the row of chairs didn't present much of a challenge.

"It's kind of the norm for me," she told WGRZ-TV. "Like I've done a lot lower than that and I've done it before as a regular stretch."

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