- A man, Antanas Kontrimas, has attempted an extreme sport of lifting a human being with his beard and succeeded
- In a short clip showing him performing the task, the man's face looks strained from bearing the weight
- Many people who reacted to his video wondered how he was able to subject himself to such torture without breaking down
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A man, Antanas Kontrimas, set a Guinness World Records for the heaviest weight ever lifted by a human beard.
In an Instagram post by the organisation, the man pulled up a lady strapped to his beards. The human was so surprised that he did it.
The weight of the lady according to Guinness World Records was 63.80kg. To get the task done, the man bent like an athlete who was about to lift an iron weight with his hands.
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After completing the herculean task, he raised his hands up in victory. The skin on his face was stretched taut and looked as if it would come off his face.
Watch the throwback video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has been watched over 100 000 times with hundreds of comments.
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"Man, that’s gone hurt some jaws."
"He gon pull all his hair follicles out."
"I know he's never doing that again."
"He got an assist half way lol."
"Bro really traded his hair for beard."
"That’s extremely scary as he’s lifting her up."
Meet Rumeysa Gelgi: 24-year-old Turkish girl becomes world's tallest living lady
In other record-breaking news, Briefly News reported that Guinness World Records confirmed that a 24-year-old Turkish woman is the world's tallest living female, Briefly News can authoritatively report.
The lady, identified as Rumeysa Gelgi, stands at 215.16 centimetres and this was made public through an official statement by Guinness World Records. Guinness World Records website disclosed that Gelgi is tall because of a condition known as Weaver Syndrome.
Gelgi's latest achievement is not the first one as she had earlier been confirmed as the world's tallest living teenager in 2014 when she was only 18 years old.