- A Ghanaian artist, Hayford Okine, has set a new world record with sixteen chairs on Bulgaria's Got Talent reality show
- He skillfully balanced the sixteen (16) steel chairs on his chin in ten seconds to set the new world record on the TV reality show
- Okine earned the moniker King of Balance after he appeared on Croatia Got Talent in 2019 and reach the finals
International Ghanaian acrobat, Hayford Okine, has set a new world record as the first person to balance sixteen steel chairs on his chin in ten seconds.
Okine who lives in Zagreb in Croatia recently took part in Bulgaria's Got Talent reality show on May 9, 2021, to display his unmatched skill in balancing heavy items.
Performing in front of four judges and a large audience, he balanced the sixteen (16) steel chairs on his chin in ten seconds, attracting rounds of applause and standing ovations from the judges.
The feat was previously attained by another artist from the United Kingdom (UK), who set a record with eleven chairs.
Hayford Okine first shot to international prominence when he appeared on Croatia Got Talent reality show in 2019 to display his trademark skill in balancing drinking glasses, bottles, and trays and reached the finals, earning him the moniker the King of Balance.
His unique talent and hard work have opened doors for him to perform on major platforms during festivals around the world.
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a young Nigerian man, ObaroEne Otitigbe who is popularly known as Mr O has broken a Guinness World Records in plank exercise while hula hooping.
According to the records, he was able to stay in a plank position for a commendable period of three mins and 16 seconds.
A resident of Albany in America, he achieved the feat by hula hooping at a distance of 152.52 meters. It should be noted that the man also holds a record for the same exercise while climbing stairs.
Many people on Instagram reacted to his video as they commended his muscle strength for going through such a strenuous exercise without failing.
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Source: Briefly News