Source Pravda.Ru

Dagestan athlete moved Tu-134 plane with his teeth

Thirty-year-old athlete from the republic of Dagestan, Omar Khanapiyev set another world record. He made Tu-134 plane move with the help of his teeth and a cable that he clutched in his jaws. The plane moved seven meters forward. Now Khanapiyev is very close to be listed in the Guinness Book of Records.

Khanapiyev discovered this talent 20 years ago. Back in those days he could take nails out of wooden boards with his teeth. But he decided to conquer the Guinness Book just several days ago, NTVRU.Com informed. On November 9 he used his remarkable jaws to move a tanker 15 meters forward. A bit earlier, on November 7 he did the same with locomotives, weighing 136 and 140 tons.

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