Eggcellent: Reactions as Guinness World Records Recognises African Man for Balancing 735 Eggs on His Hat

Eggcellent: Reactions as Guinness World Records Recognises African Man for Balancing 735 Eggs on His Hat

  • A man named Gregory Da Silva has been recognised by Guinness World Records for balancing 735 eggs on his hat
  • Gregory, who is from Benin Republic, could be seen in a video displaying his amazing skill which wowed Guinness World Records (GWR)
  • Apart from impressing GWR with his skill, Gregory also wowed many social media users, some of whom described the man's skill as "eggcellent"

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A man from the Republic of Benin identified as Gregory Da Silva has been recognised by Guinness World Records (GWR) for carrying 735 eggs on a single hat.

In a video that was shared on Instagram by @guinnessworldrecords, the man could be seen on a stage balancing the hundreds of eggs on his hat.

Gregory Da Silva
Gregory Da Silva has wowed many on social media with his skill. Photo credit: @guinnessworldrecords
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Captioning the video, GWR wrote:

"Most eggs carried on a single hat, 735 by Gregory Da Silva."

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Social media reacts

Reacting to Gregory's skill, an Instagram user with the handle @razmqtaz said:

"Man they just givin awards for anything nowadays."

@silentsparrow21 wrote:

"This actually impressive."

@alajmix commented:

"Whats the point of this and a lot of other records? What value does it add to humanity? Or is it just Guinness business?"

@razmqtaz said:

"Man they just givin awards for anything nowadays."

@_ayushgautam_ wrote:

"Eggcellent."

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