Guinness World Records has confirmed that 71-year-old Mehmet Özyürek’s snout is still the largest in the world, measuring 3.46 inches from bridge to tip
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A Turk celebrates after claiming his place as the world’s number one with the longest nose in the world.
Mehmet Özyürek’s 3.46-inch hooter was recognized eleven years ago and holds its place in the record books.
Guinness World Records today confirmed that its 2010 entry has still not officially been beaten.
His snoop is still untouchable, and no living person has taken his title.
You posted the relapse tweet saying the 71-year-old is still number one in the world.
Guinness World Records said: ” #OnThsDay In 2010, Mehmet Özyürek from Turkey was officially confirmed as our record holder for the longest nose of any living person. Mehmet’s magnificent nose measures 8.8 cm from the bridge to the tip.
He appeared on the Italian television program Lo Show dei Record in 2010 to have his nose measured.
He may be the undisputed king of the Conker – but the title of longest nose belongs to an Englishman.
Thomas Wedders lived in Yorkshire in the 18th century, according to Guinness World Records, and had a nose 19 cm or 7.5 inches in length.
Corresponding Strange historian , he was a member of a “traveling circus”.
Wax figures of his incredible nose can be found in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Odditoriums around the world.
Of course, it’s not just people who set records.
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This week, a friendly golden retriever made history after breaking the world record for holding the most tennis balls in your mouth at once.
The seven-year-old pooch Finley fits six tennis balls into his mouth at the same time.
Finley’s impressive performance means he has broken the previous record of five that stood for 17 years and was set by another Golden Retriever from Texas, USA.
It was recognized in the Guinness Book of Records and will appear in the 2022 edition of the brand’s annual book.
Owners Cheri and Rob Molloy and their daughter Erin say they are proud of their pooch.
Erin from Canandaigua, New York, USA said, “It’s just so exciting. When I look at him I think, ‘I want to squeeze you, I love you so much’.”