- The world's second-tallest living man is identified as Brahim Takioullah
- The Moroccan national holds the Guinness World Record for the world's largest feet
- Takioullah is shorter than Sultan Kosen of Turkey, who is 8 foot and 3 inches tall
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Brahim Takioullah is the world's second-tallest living man and he holds a Guinness World Record for the world's largest feet.
Takioullah, who is from Morocco, is 8 foot and 1 inch tall, while the world's tallest living man, Sultan Kosen of Turkey, is 8 foot and 3 inches tall.
The left foot of the world's second-tallest living man measures 38.1 centimetres, while his right foot measures 37.5 centimetres
Takioullah is 38-years-old.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a local couple’s height difference has given many something to talk about after the pair were spotted in a picture in a social media post.
South African social media user, Beans, shared a picture of him and his girlfriend to celebrate her recent birthday, which subsequently went viral.
Beans is 2.6 metres tall, while his partner is less than half his height. Seeing the two together in a picture left Mzansi in a state of disbelief.
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