If you thought using 26,896 cans of Play-Doh to create a Huichol-inspired mural can be labelled as the craziest new entrant of Guinness World Records, the ones we have listed for you will definitely make you rethink a tad.
Children ride camels during "Temeenii bayar", Camel Festival, in Dalanzadgad, Umnugobi aimag, Mongolia, March 6, 2016. On the steppes of the Gobi Desert, the crowd urges on Bactrian camels laden down with all that's needed to build and live in a traditional Mongolian tent. Guinness World Records classes the 15 km race that is part of the two-day festival as the largest camel race in the world, drawing 1,108 participants.Reuters
Fancy getting hitched in hot air balloon? May be, for some of us that's taking the word adventure a little too seriously, but for the natives of Jekabpils, Latvia, it was a fun task. Apparently, 50 couples took up the challenge and exchanged rings mid-air.
While, there was a time when these attempts to enter the Guinness Book of World Records would come across as unattainable, of late, there seem to be record-makers of all kinds. For instance, a runner celebrated his win after setting a record as the fastest man dressed in spacesuit to finish a marathon.
World's largest bobblehead dog, potato pancake and potluck party are some of the wackiest records that have been attempted by people from around the world. Scroll down to believe.
Employees cut fried dranik, a potato pancake that is the national dish of Belarus, to entertain visitors in the Sula History Park near the village of Sula, Belarus. According to the park's representatives, the two-metre-wide pancake was an attempt to enter the Guinness World Records as the world's largest dranik.Reuters
Women arrange cooked fish into a huge container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest spicy fish plate in Sarafand, South Lebanon. The plate contains around 802 kilograms of spicy fish, organisers said.Reuters
Over nine hundred pregnant women practice Yoga together to challenge the Guinness World Records in Hefei, Anhui Province, China.Reuters
"The Big Dog," which in April set the Guinness world record as the largest bobblehead, is 15 feet, 4-3/4 inches tall, took 400 man hours to make, and weighs 1200 pounds.Reuters
A runner celebrates after setting a Guinness world record as the fastest man dressed as a spaceman to finish a marathon.Reuters
Guinness Rishi, 74, multiple world record holder including most flags tattooed on his body, is pictured inside his apartment in New Delhi, India.Reuters
Pilot and jet-ski champion Franky Zapata hovers in the air on an IPU Flyboard Air hoverboard as he breaks the Guiness World Records for furthest flight by hoverboard, after covering a distance of 2,252.4 meters (7,389.76 ft) with an average speed of 50-60km/h, in Sausset les Pins near Marseille, France.Reuters
Palestinian boy Mohamad al-Sheikh, 12, who is nicknamed 'Spiderman' and hopes to break the Guinness world records with his bizarre feats of contortion, demonstrates acrobatics skills on a beach in Gaza City.Reuters
Participants gather with their dishes at a public park to attempt to enter the Guinness World Records as the world's largest potluck party in Ahmedabad, India.Reuters
Newlyweds show off their wedding rings in a hot air balloon during the "Love Cup 2016" festival on Valentine's Day in Jekabpils, Latvia. Organisers said 50 couples in 27 hot air balloons participated in the event in an attempt to set a Guinness world record for the largest airborne wedding.Reuters