Therefore, it’s hardly a surprise that Zsolt Sinka’s recent entry into the Guinness World Records caught our attention.
The muscle-man from Hungary actually managed to pull a 50-tonne Airbus A320 almost 40 metres using HIS TEETH!
That’s a pretty impressive claim to fame. Basically, Zsolt (otherwise known as ‘Popey’) attached some rope to the front wheel of a Wizz Air plane at Budapest’s Liszt Ferenc Airport and pulled using his teeth.
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The video has drawn some criticism on YouTube though. “Strange how they keep the jet engines running... Sure is "tough" to pull a plane that already has a little thrust behind it,” wrote Brenton Pahl, with many similar comments by other users.
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The achievement is similar to that of Kevin Fast, the Canadian record holder for pulling the heaviest aircraft (not using his teeth). I’ve included a video of that below too. He set the world record in 2009 after he pulled a CC-177 Globemaster III, weighing 188.83 tonnes, 8.8 metres along a Canadian air base in Ontario, Canada.
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