THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Mbeya13 November ~ In the Mbeya region of Tanzania the chief pastime is limbo dancing. So much so that, in its earliest incarnation, the Tanzanian criminal justice system made use of the activity to test the innocence of suspected felons. Working on the premise that a supple body was a relaxed one, the police would routinely handcuff their suspect and order him to limbo under a low pole in the foothills of the nearest mountain range. Which was always the same mountain range. Read more

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