Abeesh Dominic muscles his way to world record by smashing 124 coconuts
Los Angeles : Indian men are known for their strength and valor; now adding to the list of achievements Abeesh Dominic has created another milestone for others in fray.
The 25-year-old man has smashed 124 coconuts with bare hands in less than a minute, muscling his way into the Guinness Book of World Records in Kerala, India.
He was able to create the record in less than 60 seconds, beating the former record holder Muhamed Kahrimanovic by six coconuts.
A native of Poonjar in Kottayam district, Dominic achieved the feat during a spectacular show of power at a city mall on Saturday.
He managed to smash 145 coconuts with right elbow in less than 50 seconds raising the number of fully-crushed coconuts to 124.
A German Muhamed Kahrimanovic, earlier, held a record of 118 coconuts all smashed in one minute.
Abeesh works as a motor mechanic and has already made it to the Universal Record Forum (URF), Limca Book of Records, American Setter Record and the Assist World Record in different categories.
Talking about his record, Abeesh said, “I am confident about making it to the Guinness Book of World Record. I already have three international records to my credit for breaking hockey sticks and helmets with bare hands, pulling a bus with my teeth and stopping a pedestal with my tongue.”
The footage of the record has been sent to Guinness World Records that is expected to recognise the record in six months time.