Source Pravda.Ru

Valiko Korashvili moves cars with his ears

A unique talent has Valiko Korashvili, the citizen of the Georgian city Gori: he can lift a pailful of water and even move a car with his ears!

Koranashvili learned about his talent by chance. Once he watched a TV program about records from the Guinness Book. After the program, he decided to try his own physical resources and decided on an unusual trick: he hocked a pailful of water with a rope and tried to lift it with his ears.

At first the ears seemed to be not trained enough. Though all things are difficult before they are easy. Now Valiko is famous in his city, while the hit of this program is moving his neighbor’s Zaporozhets car with his athletic ears.

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