Japanese youngsters smash the world record with unique talent

By WebDesk, BOL News

08th August, 2019

Japanese youngsters smash the world record with unique talent

Thursday 08th August, 2019

Passion or hobbies can lead to people to do stuffs which they wouldn’t have done otherwise.

Youth of Japan broke their previous record in the Guinness Book of World Records by showing unique talent.

A video went viral on social media of two young men, Nobuyuki Suzuki and Masayasu Yagi, in which they were showing an unusual talent of catching marshmallows from several feet away, they set a new record by catching 53 marshmallows from mouth.

Japanese youngster Nobuyuki Suzuki and Masayasu Yagi achieved the world record on the first attempt by catching 53 marshmallows in one minute.

Prior, Ashrita Furman (USA) and Homagni Baptista (Australia) owned this record by catching 47 marshmallows in a minute.

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