5 world records that are almost impossible to break
We bet you can’t break these five world records.
However, some world records are virtually difficult to break, here are five of the most difficult records to break you shouldn’t even try.
1. Most roof tiles broken in one minute with bare hands
Can you imagine breaking roof tiles with your bare hands? Well, someone has done that. On the set of "Lo Show dei Record" in Italy on July 11, 2014, taekwondo expert, Lisa Dennis broke 923 roof tiles in one minute with just her bare hands.
2. Most bees on a human body
Did you know that Ruan Liangming, a man from China, currently holds the world record for wearing the thickest bee suit? It's quite an impressive feat! There were about 637,000 bees on his body, and they weighed together about 140 pounds. Thankfully, Guinness does not recognise dangerous stunts like this.
3. Most cockroaches eaten by a human
An Englishman by the name of Ken Edwards made an appearance on The Big Breakfast TV show on March 5th, 2001, where he astounded viewers by devouring a record-breaking 36 cockroaches in just one minute. It's hard to imagine anyone having the stomach for such a feat but Edwards has proven himself to be quite the insect connoisseur!
4. The heaviest aircraft that a person has ever pulled
Kevin Fast set the record for the heaviest vehicle to be carried over at a height of 100 feet on September 15, 2008. The airplane weighed over 57,243 Kg. This sounds like a real-life Hulk.
5. Most metal is eaten by a human
Michel Lotito, a man from Grenoble, France, was known for eating items that are typically not thought of as edible as televisions, bicycles, and even a whole aeroplane. Lotito, who reportedly consumed approximately nine tons of metal by 1997, suffered from a disease that made him eat things other than food. Lotito died from natural causes and not metal eating as you would expect.
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