70 years old becomes the oldest Pakistani to set a Guinness World Record

70 years old becomes the oldest Pakistani to set a Guinness World Record

November 19, 2021 0

What happened:

 Hailing from Karachi and a welder by profession, Naseemudin broke England’s Donnie Baxter’s record. Donnie Baxter held a record of smashing 13 apples in one minute by smashing 18 apples.  

Details:

Naseemudin set a new Guinness World record on the 13th of November, after crushing eighteen apples single-handedly in sixty seconds. At the same time, he spoke to the media after receiving an official email from the Guinness World Records and said, “I am going to attempt more world records.” He is further quoted by a media outlet saying, “I used to work with iron as a welder, and this is how my hands got more robust over the years.”

Image credits: OneNews.pk

What else:

It is pertinent to note that Naseemudin is the father of Pakistan’s renowned martial arts expert, Mohammad Rashid, who has broken several records. At the same time, Naseemudin’s granddaughter also holds a record to her name.

Rana Abdullah Hammad
Rana Abdullah Hammad
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