People doing something remarkable will gain a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. Usually, we come across some records like the achievements and some incredible record-breaking facts that happen around the world. In this post, we have listed out the unusual things and people setting a record and grabbing a place in the Guinness World Record. Look at the strange Guinness World Record holders for doing some supernatural thing. Check it out!
Biggest Collection of Newspaper Titles
A person namely Sergio Bodini from Italy has set a world record by collecting huge number of newspaper titles. His mammoth collection include newspapers from across 115 countries. In fact, he started his collection since 10 years of his age. Sergio has a passion of collecting and storing the newspaper titles securely in plastic boxes.
Look at the spectacular cupcake tower having a height of 41 feet tower. The Preethi Kitchen Appliances and Food Consulate Chennai have created this record by building the tallest cupcake tower in Chennai. The height of this tower is 12.69 meters. This tower comprises of a total of 18818 cupcakes.
Highest Number of Hugs in a Minute
The official Instagram account of Guinness World Records has posted a video of two persons. They have set a record by hugging 105 times each other in a minute. Prabhakar Reddy P and D. Mahesh from the state of Andhra Pradesh, India have set this record. Earlier, Shams Khan and Irfan Mehsood from Pakistan have set this record with 97 hugs and the Indian people surpassed the record.
Take a look at the oldest set of brothers in the world namely Albano Andrade and his younger brother Alberto. They were actually born on 14th December 1909 and 2nd December 1911 respectively. The combined age of them is 216 years and 230 at the time of setting this record.
Tallest Sandcastle in the World
Guinness World Records have posted a video of the sandcastle making and wrote, 'A new record holder for tallest sandcastle was recently achieved in the seaside resort of Binz, on the island of Rügen in Germany. The incredibly detailed sculpture measures 17.65 m (57 ft 11 in) high.'