VIDEO: 20 cheerleaders rammed into small car and not 5-7

If we talk about people sitting in a car, at most 5 or 6 people can sit in a car, but if it comes to setting records, what people don't do? In fact, recently some cheerleaders have entered the car together and set a world record. According to the information received, not 5-7 but 20 cheerleaders had entered the car to create this record.

You won't believe it at all, but it's true. The car was very small but still 20 cheer leaders entered it, now you think where they must have adjusted to the car. Well, most importantly, 'The car was not a big SUV car, but a small smart car that could accommodate only 4 people. The guinness book of world records has also released a video of how these cheerleaders entered the car, which you can see here. However, the video clearly shows how the record has been created.

The record was set by us Glendale Cheerleaders Team as part of the information received. The video currently shows cheer leaders adjusting everywhere from diggie to dashboard, followed by the record. The record is truly shocking and what is watching this video is losing consciousness. People are reacting to this video.

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