WARPED WORLD From most body modifications to most dice balanced on a cat’s paw, here’s the daftest entries in the Guinness World Records book of 2019

The fastest, tallest, biggest, smallest... for more than 60 years the planet’s most sensational superlatives have been listed annually in the Guinness World Records boo

06 September 2018 - 08:18

THE fastest, tallest, biggest, smallest... for more than 60 years the planet’s most sensational superlatives have been listed annually in the Guinness World Records book – alongside a sprinkling of somewhat odder entries.

The newly-minted 2019 edition includes acrobatic grannies, jet-propelled go-kart racers and dice-balancing cats.

Jess Lester has scoured the book’s fun-filled pages to select her own slightly warped record collection.

Most sausages made in a minute

 Irish butcher Barry John Crowe made 78 sausages - now that's a banger racer
 
Irish butcher Barry John Crowe made 78 sausages - now that's a banger racer

Most dice balanced on a cat’s paw

 Bibi, a moggy from Malaysia, looks to have nine dice on his paw – unless all is not what it seems tabby
 
Bibi, a moggy from Malaysia, looks to have nine dice on his paw – unless all is not what it seems tabby

Most body modifications (male)

 German Rolf Buchholz has 516 tattoos, piercings and implants
 
German Rolf Buchholz has 516 tattoos, piercings and implants

Most fire-breathing backflips in a minute

 Ryan Luney did 14 flips and has become flame-ous with his entry into the Guinness World Records book
 
Ryan Luney did 14 flips and has become flame-ous with his entry into the Guinness World Records book

Hightest standing jump

 Evan Ungar, who leapt 5ft 3in ou to fa standing position, is indeed a high flyer
 
Evan Ungar, who leapt 5ft 3in ou to fa standing position, is indeed a high flyer

Longest duration balancing a guitar on the forehead

 Josh Horton strings us along with his class balancing act
 
Josh Horton strings us along with his class balancing act

World’s oldest DJ

 Japan’s 83-year-old Sumiko Iwamura gives new meaning to the rock of ages
 
Japan’s 83-year-old Sumiko Iwamura gives new meaning to the rock of ages

 

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