Consider the following scenario:
If someone slept in a sukkah that had a gap in the middle of 3 tefachim of open space and where both sides had a proper shiur sukkah of 7 by 7 tefachim; however when the person slept in the sukkah, the majority of his body was not found in one sukkah. Meaning that his head and some part of his upper body was in one sukkah and the the space of air was over another part of his "upper body" then the rest of his lower body was in the other half of the sukkah. Would such a person by yotzee? Is this a "kosher" sukkah?
(Assume of course that each "half" of the sukkah has the proper amount of walls.)