Man sets Guinness World Records for pulling AEROPLANE with his lugholes (photos)

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The similar record was set by Kevin Fast who pulled heaviest plane with his body winning 2009 Guinness World Records. But this one is more outrageous, you can imagine how soft your ears are, this wield man, Johnny Strang, pulled a huge aeroplane with holes in his ears.

The 26 years old Johnny set latest world record by using chains through pierced holes in his ears to drag a Cessna 172-P weighing 677.8kg for 20.4 metres at North Weald Airfield, Essex.


But being featured in the book is nothing new for Johnny, an escapologist and sideshow performer who now has eight Guinness World Records to his name. He said: “I started off at the age of ten in Blackburn, Lancashire. At first I juggled balls, then clubs and went on to knives, fire sticks and now its chainsaws.

“Preparing for the plane pull was tough. I’m not going into detail but I have to stretch my ears and create tough scar tissue so they don’t rip. I am always delighted when I get another Guinness World Record and being featured in the book never gets old for me, the only problem is I’m starting to run out of places to hang up my certificates now. I’m a believer of the impossible, I’ve always been interested in the unusual and the bizarre”, Johnny brags.

He has been dubbed ‘The man with the ears of steel’. More photos below.




Kevin Fast - heaviest plane pulled, 2009 [Guinness World Records]

Kevin Fast – heaviest plane pulled, 2009 [Guinness World Records]

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