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Man spins football on his finger for 21.66 seconds, sets Guinness record

Man spins football on his finger for 21.66 seconds, sets Guinness record

 Man spins football on his finger for 21.66 seconds, sets Guinness record

A British Columbia man claimed a Guinness World Records title when he spun a football on one finger for 21.66 seconds.



Abbotsford man Sandeep Singh Kaila, who previously made headlines when he broke the Guinness record for spinning a basketball on a toothbrush, said he decided to take on his latest record after discovering there was no current world record for spinning an American football on one finger.

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Kaila said he chose Canada Day for his attempt as a tribute to his country. He managed to spin the ball for 21.66 seconds, and this week he received the Guinness World Records certificate that made his accomplishment official.


He said his next goal is to set a record in a competitive eating category.


"I want to do two records in eating," Kaila told The Abbotsford News. "It's a surprise but someone challenged me and I want to break his record."

Mobile home abandoned in the middle of Missouri road

Mobile home abandoned in the middle of Missouri road

 Mobile home abandoned in the middle of Missouri road

Police in Missouri are asking for the public's help to solve the unusual mystery of a mobile home abandoned in the middle of a road.

Mobile home abandoned in the middle of Missouri road


The Greene County Sheriff's Office said in a Facebook post that someone abandoned a mobile home in the Republic area, near the intersection of Farm Road 168 and Farm Road 97.

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Photos shared by the sheriff's office show the home is loaded onto a trailer, but the hitch is propped up on blocks instead of being attached to a towing vehicle.


Investigators are asking anyone with knowledge of the house's origins to contact the sheriff's office.

Bear crashes wedding reception in Mexico

Bear crashes wedding reception in Mexico

 Bear crashes wedding reception in Mexico

A wedding in Mexico became an even more memorable event for everyone present when the reception was interrupted by an unusual crasher: a bear in search of food.



A video posted to TikTok by user @AngieDisa shows the bear knocking over a chair and putting its front paws on a table during dinner at the wedding reception in Chipinque Ecological Park in Nuevo Leon.

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People can be heard banging on pots and pans in an attempt to scare the bear away as the animal roots around in an apparent search for food. The bear is seen leaving while guests at a nearby table continue eating their meals without any apparent concern for the wedding crasher's presence.


The filmer said another bear was spotted around the hotel the night before the bruin barged into the reception.


The bear was successfully driven away from the party and no one was injured

Canadian lifts 13,000 pounds in one hour to break Guinness record

Canadian lifts 13,000 pounds in one hour to break Guinness record

 Canadian lifts 13,000 pounds in one hour to break Guinness record

A Manitoba, Canada, athlete broke a Guinness World Record when he lifted a total of nearly 13,000 pounds over one hour while doing Turkish get-ups.



Nolan De Leon of Winnipeg used a 70-pound kettleball to do Turkish get-ups for one hour at Fukumoto Fitness.

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De Leon completed 184 of the exercises, which involve starting on the ground, pushing up to a kneeling position and then standing while holding a kettleball over the head.


"After the halfway point, I was kind of writing a speech in my head already saying, 'Sorry, I can't. I can't keep doing this.' I was really about to give up," De Leon told CBC News.


De Leon pushed on and was able to beat the record of 10,732.5 pounds, which was set by fellow Canadian Chris Cox in May of this year.


De Leon said his now working to have his accomplishment recognized by Guinness World Records.


"I have a Guinness application, and once all of that stuff is in and they take a look, they will hopefully approve it," De Leon said.