A man in Rochdale, England has broken the Guiness World Record for tallest stack of tortillas. Joy Ehsan, 34, stacked 389 individual tortillas that measured 26.96 inches (68.5 cm) in height on his first try. His accomplishment was painstakingly assembled in a banquet hall in Salford, where he works as a manager. He recently received his World Record certificate from Guiness last week for his feat he accomplished in August of 2017. According to Guiness, to be recognized for breaking a record it must be “measurable, provable, have a single superlative, and be beatable. Ehasan submitted his evidence needed and after a lengthy review process, he earned the coveted certificate; but he is not stopping there, he has already submitted an application to break the record for world’s tallest stack of chairs, which is currently set at 16 feet. He is not the first person in Manchester to accomplish record-breaking endeavors: chemists at the university there used molecular strands to create the world’s tightest knot and a ballet tutu the size of a bus was unveiled last year.
If any of our fans and followers would like to attempt to break the record with an even higher stack of tortillas, we would be happy to supply them and vouch as a witness for the certificate.
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