Guinness World Records

A 14-year-old cat now holds the Guinness World Record for her rumbling vocalisations.
Captain Tom Moore, who lifted the nation during the first stages of the coronavirus pandemic has died, aged 100. The centenarian raised over £30 million for the NHS, broke two Guinness world records, was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II and managed to have a number 1 song.
He was a good boy "with the most love and the biggest heart," his owner said.
The Japanese man used to say the secret to longevity was to keep smiling.
Watanabe, of Niigata, Japan, was awarded the honour after the death of fellow Japanese citizen Masazo Nonaka, who was 112 years and 266 days old.
Ffordd Pen Llech street that snakes through the historic town of Harlech in Wales has won the Guinness World Record for the ‘Steepest Street In The World’. The title was previously held by Baldwin Street in Dunedin, New Zealand for over a decade. But Ffordd Pen Llech street has a gradient of 37.5% at its steepest point, which is higher compared with Baldwin’s Street 35%. It’s believed to have existed for over a 1,000 years.
A New York eatery is attempting to set a Guinness World Record for the 'Largest Hot Dog'. Feltman's of Coney Island made a hot dog weighing 66 pounds (29.9 kilograms) and five foot (1.5 meters) long.
He entered the Guinness Book of Records in 1954 for sculling 2.5 pints of beer in 11 seconds.
The "incorrect" uniform guidelines are now under review "as a priority", Guinness World Record has said.