Record breaking day for entering Guinness World Records

November 12th, 2009 - 2:23 pm ICT by ANI  

London, Nov 12 (ANI): Over 200,000 people across the globe are all set to enter the Guinness Book of Records as they try to break and make strange new records to achieve fame.

The events will be held as part of the World Records Day.

Turkey plans to break the most concrete blocks in a single stack while Northern Ireland will try and make the largest human mattress dominoes.

Texas wants to make a record of the largest number of lassoing simultaneously and Finland is going to make efforts to squeeze people from 83 countries into a sauna, reports Sky News.

London prepares to change its reputation of being a ‘not so friendly city’ as 200 commuters hug each other for a minute at St Pancras International.

Hundreds will be trying to skate and set the record for the Longest conga on ice at the Alexandra Palace.

London’s Hyde Park will see Manjit Singh, 59, vying for the world record of pulling a double decker bus for the furthest distance, with his hair.

Singh had earlier tried to break the record for pulling a double decker with his ears but failed.

In Belfast, people will don the costumes of storybook characters and the largest sports lesson will be organised.

“British Master’s Squat Power Lifting Champion” Shaun Jones will try to bag title for most weight squat lifted in one hour and Southampton folks will try to dance their way to the record book in the largest salsa lesson.

The Guinness Book of Records presently aces the official UK top 50-bookchart. (ANI)

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