Ridiculous records that no one comes to mind to beat
Although being the world record holder, without a doubt, very nice, there takierekordy that no one is going to dispute.
From survival after the greatest number of lightning strikes, and ending with the ability to withstand the most powerful kick in the groin (in fact, many linaydetsya hunters for wacky record to risk the most expensive?), Your attention is invited fifteen most incredible records that are unlikely to be beaten in foreseeable future
The longest "flight" inside the tornado
March 12, 2006 cell house 19 letego Matt Sutera was picked up by a tornado, along with the owner near the town Fordlend, Missouri. Suter lost consciousness and woke up in the 400 meters from the place where he lived before, in a nearby cornfield. This is the farthest distance in the history of such a trip, after which the "aeronaut" alive.
The longest "swallowed" swords
The holder of the world record, swallowed the longest in the history of the sword - a girl named Natasha Veruschka. Her incredible feat was accomplished on February 28 of 2009 (incidentally, the International Day of sword-swallower, for those Cton knew), and a sword length is 58 centimeters.
The longest mammary jet
Surely etoodin of the craziest mirovyhrekordov. IlkerYylmaz released from the eye (!!!) a stream of milk for a distance of 2 meters 80 centimeters! It is unlikely that anyone will be surprised to learn that before making this heroic act, Yilmaz sucked the milk through the nose.
The longest time spent by the patient on a gurney in a hospital hallway waiting beds
When Tony Collins, diabetic Briton, 24 February 2001 arrived at the Princess Margaret Hospital in Swindon, England, he could not assume that it is waiting for a world record. After the sister asked him to wait in the hallway until the seat in the House, Tony was seated in the wheelchair, which had ... and 77 hours and 30 minutes.
Record rotation around its axis by means of an electric
World record for rotation around its axis with an electric drill is 148 revolutions per minute. This more than strange record was set on the set "Guinness" in Madrid December 23, 2008
The largest object extracted from a living human skull
In 1988, Michael Hill, was stabbed in the head and was left for dead. However, he miraculously survived, and of his skull was removed blade length of 20 centimeters. The incident occurred when Hill went to visit his sister. He went to open the door when a neighbor sister somebody Derrick Smith, without thinking twice, stabbed him in the head. Presumably, Smith Hill confused with the husband of his sister, with whom he had quarreled, and nursed a grudge. Although Michael had survived, he has to suffer serious complications, such as memory loss and frequent fainting.
World record for bone fractures
Pioneer competitions for the longest jump on a motorcycle, and the famous American stuntman IvelKnivel during his long career suffered a fracture 433! Sit down for a minute that you came up!
in the number of failed driving tests World Record
An elderly resident of South Korea, known as the "grandmother ChaSaSun" became a national celebrity after finally got a driver's license. Successful was its 960-th attempt. However, the previous 959 unsuccessful attempts to bring her world record of the highest number of failed exams in the world driving.
The Record Retention of the car ... on the head
The British athlete John Evans held mini car weighing in at 160 kilograms per head for three 33 seconds. This spectacle can be enjoyed in London May 24, 1999
A record number of lightning strikes, the transferred person
A former gamekeeper Shenandoah National Park in Virginia named Roy Sullivan was known as a man invulnerable to lightning. Not afraid to find out how he did it? Sullivan was struck by lightning seven times throughout his life and survived to tell about his impressions of enthusiastic fans.
The highest concentration of alcohol in the blood (live!) Person
When the ambulance brought a Polish citizen, the victim in a car accident in the hospital, doctors were shocked to find that the concentration of alcohol in the breath he was almost one and a half per cent - the highest rate ever recorded in humans.
The most powerful kick in the groin, ever transferred person
It is unlikely that anyone would argue that this is one of the most painful world records ever set man. The hardest hit in the groin has been applied to American fighter MMA (mixed martial arts, also known under strict called "fights without rules"), and held his martial sports Roy Kilby. Punch was applied at a rate of 35, 4 kilometers per hour, and its power was equal to 500 kilograms.
The man, whose nine cars moved
Bodybuilder Tom Owen, too, has not quite ordinary world record. He - the man who moved the largest number of cars in the world. Nine pickups weight from 3, 3 to 4, 41 tons passed stomach Owen on the set LoShowDeiRecord in Milan, Italy in 2009. Owen, as already mentioned, a bodybuilder, who wittily dubbed "speed bumps", and which is known by the fact that from time to time allows cars to move it. That is able to withstand such pressure due to unusually strong abdominal muscles. Nevertheless, during his exploits, Owen injured, including a very unpleasant, such as broken ribs and internal bleeding.
The greatest weight lifted by a human language
The world record in weight lifting using human language, was established in 2008 by Thomas Blackthorne. With the help of a hook, which was pierced his tongue, Blackthorne lifted weights round of 12, 5 kg. Moreover, during the filming of ElShowOlímpico on site in Mexico City, he kept the weight on the tongue for more than five seconds.
A jump into the water from a height of 20-storey building
In 2015, living in Brazil, the world-renowned Swiss LazaroShaller nicknamed "Lazo" plunged into a natural pool under the waterfall CascadadeSalto from a height of 59 meters, setting a new world record. Upon reaching the water surface at a speed of 122 kilometers per hour, Schaller dislocated hip, but survived. Perhaps this is the only record in our list, we would like to beat many. But how many are willing to risk?