Ludhiana youth claims ear-lifting recordApril 4th, 2009 - 7:11 pm ICT by ANI
Ludhiana, Apr 4 (ANI): A Ludhiana youth is claiming the world record for lifting 110 kilograms with his ears.
Rakesh Kumar, a former bodybuilder, now says that he is planning to visit London to get his name registered in the Guinness Book of World Records.
He has already entered the Limca Book of Records.
“I exercise after every two days with my ears. I have earlier won the third place in bodybuilding. This record attempt was result of eight years of hard work,” Kumar said.
Rakesh is being sponsored by a food supplement company, but claims that earlier it was difficult to get sponsers.
“Our future plans are to take him to England. His future plans are to drag a full plane with his ears,” said Hemant Angrish, a nutrition expert.
The present ear-lifting world record is 80 Kilograms. (ANI)
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