A videograb shows the men rowing on the autowalk at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
A video of four people pretending to do rowing on a autowalk at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam has gone viral with netizens reacting to it hilariously.
In the video, all four of them are seen sitting on the autowalk behind each other and their hands moving in a sync which looks like as if they are rowing a boat on the moving walkway.
In the video, which was shared by Buitengebieden, men seems to enjoy what they are doing making passersby laugh their hearts out.
The video has garnered more than two million times since it was posted on Saturday.
Netizens soon came up with hilarious comments on the video.
A video is going viral on the internet, which shows a group of people rowing on the moving walkway installed at the airport.
Buitengebieden confirmed that the four men carried out the activity at Schiphol airport (in Amsterdam).
Twitter users are in stitches and posting hilarious comments on the video.
“Kept thinking - what happens when they reach the end of the walkway?” a user said, replying to the tweet.
“Funny when watching from home but frustrating when you're there and trying to get by them because you're running late,” said another.
One Twitter user posted a short clip of his son appearing to fly at an airport.
The video shows the young boy lays on the handrail of a moving walkway on the airport with theme music of 'Superman' playing in the background.
It is believed that such videos are shared on social media sites to show off the skills and gain followers.
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