Fattest woman in the world

Eman Ahmed, termed the heaviest women in the world, landed in Mumbai on Saturday for weight reduction treatment.

World's Longest Moustache - Longest beard in the world

Ram Singh Chauhan (india) has the longest moustache in the world at 14ft (4.29m). Below is a picture of Ram and his amazing facial hair.

World’s biggest crocodile in Philippines

A small Philippine town on the southern island of Mindanao has laid claim to capturing the world’s largest crocodile, measured at 21 feet by Australian zoologist Adam Britton.

World's dirtiest man

Amou Haji, an 80-year-old Iranian, is being called the world's dirtiest man. In an article published Jan. 6, he told the Tehran Times that he hasn't bathed in 60 years.

World's biggest arms

The world's largest biceps belong to Mostafa Ismail (Egypt) and were measured for left arm flexed at 64.77 cm (25.5 in) and non-flexed 62.23 cm (24.5 in) and for right arm flexed at 63.5 cm (25 in) and non-flexed 60.96 cm (24 in).

World's Largest Jammy Art creation sets Limca Book of Records by Kissan

World's Largest Jammy Art creation sets Limca Book of Records by Kissan

Kissan India’s favourite household brand for jams, squashes and tomato ketchups, from the house of Hindustan Unilever Limited, today created a fresh record which gains the brand an entry into Limca Book of Records. Kissan set a record by creating ‘World’s Largest Jammy Art’, prepared by 50 enthusiastic children over 2 hours, measuring 120 feet x 4 feet, created with jam and bread, at the NSE Ground in Goregaon, Mumbai.

“Kissan has been a heritage brand in providing happiness to millions of families. Jammy Art is an innovative attempt to let kid’s imagination run wild with foods. Children are creative and they showcase their creativity in many forms like painting, clay modeling, origami etc. In an attempt to bring forth their creativity using an interesting mix of food and jams, Kissan Jammy art was created. This is a huge milestone for the brand as we enter the Limca Book of Records with the creation of the Largest Jammy Art” said Mr. Harpreet Singh – Tibb, General Manager Packaged Foods, Hindustan Unilever Limited.

The event which was held on the occasion of Children’s Day and children across Mumbai came together and celebrated ‘their’ day. The brand kept its promise of a fun-filled Children’s Day – they enjoyed yummy food, tattoo stalls, art workshops, online gaming section which made their day a memory to cherish for a lifetime.

This Kissan jammy art carnival was held as a culmination of an online activity in which children created food art using the Paint application on the website. There were 4 themes put up on Jammyart.com with each theme being active for a period of 15 days. On Jammyart.com children could create and submit their drawings which would get voted by friends and family. At the end of the activity, 50 winners were short-listed for the final event. These proud winners from across the country were flown to Mumbai along with their parents to attend the Kissan Carnival and create history by making India’s largest Jammy art.

It was truly a Children’s Day out!
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World's biggest bra - Vanish creates World's Largest bra for breast cancer awareness

World's biggest bra - Vanish creates World's Largest bra for breast cancer awareness

Chillisauce hoists world's biggest bra onto Southbank Building for breast cancer awareness


There is a brassiere bruhaha brewing over who deserves to own the record of the world's biggest bra.

On one side is the size 1222 B-cup brassiere recently commissioned by the makers of British stain remover Vanish. The garment was hung across a skyscraper in Central London as part of a "Wear It Pink" campaign by the British-based Breast Cancer Campaign. It measured nearly 88 feet under the bust and 102 feet around the chest, and required more than 4000 square feet of lightweight, pink spinnaker nylon.

The brassiere was colossal by any standards, so judges for Guinness World Records awarded it the coveted title of "World's Largest Bra."

As titillating as that honor may be for the folks who made this brontosaurus-sized brassiere, it doesn't deserve a world record according to a Big Apple-based artist who claims he built an even bigger bra 42 years ago in New York.

Back in 1969, Joey Skaggs, a famed conceptual artist and media prankster, created a bra that was reportedly 120 feet long -- 50 feet for the cups alone -- as a statement about America's fixation on breasts.

"There was a woman named Francine Gottfried, who was an office worker on Wall Street who had very, very large breasts," Skaggs told HuffPost Weird News. "When Francine would go out to lunch many Wall Street workers would point, stare, whistle and hoot."


The story got national attention and inspired Skaggs to build a bra big enough to satisfy anyone with a chest obsession.

Although Skaggs first wanted to hang it around the Statue of Liberty, all attempts to provide support for Miss Liberty failed. Another attempt, stretching it across the Wall Street intersection, failed when Skaggs was removed from a lamp pole, bra in hand, by police officers.

Skaggs says he finally was able to show his support for Gottfried -- and all women -- on Valentine's Day 1969, when, with the help of friends, he tied one end of the bra to the outstretched arm of the statue of George Washington in front of the U.S. Treasury building on Wall Street.

After stretching the bra across the front of the building and tying the other end to a column, Skaggs waited to see the reaction to his work.

It wasn't good.

"When the flood of workers going to lunch saw what was happening, they became enraged," he said. "Hundreds of men attacked the bra and ripped it to pieces."

Police officers arrested some of Skaggs' friends, but Skaggs himself managed to slip away, narrowly averting, ahem, a big bust.
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Bangalore creates Guinness World record on World Diabetes Day

Bangalore creates Guinness World record on World Diabetes Day

Bangalore: A world record 3,573 people were screened for blood glucose levels in the IT city on Sunday, the eve of World Diabetes Day.

While the world was waging a battle against diabetes, Silicon City was engrossed in creating a Guinness World Record for diabetes check-up. On Sunday, a whopping 3,573 people were screened at the Palace Grounds and tests were conducted. Bangalore created a record when blood glucose level tests were conducted and measured in eight hours.

The event, organised by Novo Nordisk Education Foundation, on the eve of World Diabetes Day, set a record of the largest number of people tested for blood sugar levels.

"Diabetes is a growing malady that is destroying the lives of millions, thanks to the sedentary lifestyles. We have a responsibility to educate people with ways and means to tackle the epidemic," said Bhaskar Rao, inspector general of police (anti-terrorist cell), Internal Security Division.

Melvin D'Souza, managing trustee, Novo Nordisk Education Foundation and MD of Nordisk India, received a certificate from officials of the Guinness Book of Records, UK. "More than 62 million people suffer from diabetes in India. Despite an adult prevalence rate of 6.2%, only 6 million to 7 million people get treated. The first step is to increase awareness about diabetes and detect it earlier. The Guinness Record is only one of the many activities we have undertaken. Our changing diabetes barometer project, with state government support, reaches people in rural areas also," he said.

On the research undertaken by the NNEF, he said, "Our research and educational grant programme Prerana encourages healthcare professionals to come up with ideas to change the management and, consequently, the outcome of diabetes in the country." The previous record was held by Kuwait where1,290 were screened for blood glucose levels in September. "Today, we beat them with a record number of 3,573 people.
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