Skateboarding dog sets record for longest human tunnel ride
Otto the bulldog shreds his way through 30 pairs of human legs
Otto the bulldog just set a Guinness World Record for the longest ride through a human tunnel.
Watched by a large crowd in Lima, Peru, the three-year-old English bulldog shredded his way through a tunnel made of 30 pairs of legs, each leg three feet apart from the other.
No one touched Otto or led him through the tunnel. He went through the path by the strength of his own legs, weaving side-to-side as he rolled along.
Another video shows that journey from above, with Otto sliding along the path without much issue.
Otto may be great at skateboarding, but he isn't great at holding onto big certificates. So Otto's owners, Luciana Viale and Robert Rickards, accepted the award instead.
He makes up for it with a hidden talent at surfboarding, according to the Guinness World Records.
Viale and Rickards decided to get a bulldog after watching a video of the world's fastest skateboarding dog, Tillman, who died in October.
They followed up on their inspiration by pursuing the record when Viale realized Otto was skateboarding so fast, she needed to move her legs apart in order to avoid being hit.
"I love taking pictures of Otto and his fans together. And one time, he was skating and coming very fast towards me and in order to avoid being hit by him, I opened my legs," Viale said, according to ITV News. "He went through, and that's how the human tunnel started."