How to avoid slipping on pavements

Doctors in Germany have told people to walk like a penguin to avoid slipping on pavements as the weather gets colder.

They said that walking like the birds involves leaning forward so that the centre of gravity is on the front leg.

When humans walk normally, body weight is split almost evenly over both legs, which the doctors say increases the risk of losing your balance and falling on slippery surfaces.

So we went to test the theory. Will walking like a penguin help Jenny's balance?