1. Tu Jin-Sheng: Pulls a Truck with his Penis
2. Manjit Singh: Pulls a Jet with his Ears
3. Miroslaw Magola: Moves objects with his Mind
4. Ru Anting: Writes with his Tears
5. Michel Lotito: Eats Everything (gilo ko?)
6. Thai Ngoc: Needs no Sleep
Sixty-four-year-old Thai Ngoc, a vietnamese farmer, is known around the world for a unique talent: he needs no sleep. After getting a fever in 1973, we hasn’t been able to sleep and has counted infinite numbers of sheep during more than 11,700 consecutive sleepless nights. “I don’t know whether the insomnia has impacted my health or not. But I’m still healthy and can farm normally like others,” Ngoc said. Proving his health, the elderly resident of Que Trung commune, Que Son district said he can carry two 50kg bags of fertilizer down 4km of road to return home every day.
Ngoc currently lives on his 5ha farm at the foot of a mountain busy with farming and taking care of pigs and chickens all day. His six children live at their house in Que Trung. Ngoc often does extra farm work or guards his farm at night to prevent theft, saying he used three months of sleepless nights to dig two large ponds to raise fish.
7. Zhang Quan: Claps as Loud as a Helicopter
70 year-old Zhang Quan is hoping to get into the record books – by clapping his hands. His claps measured 107 decibels, just three decibels lower than whirling helicopter blades. The bad news? local environmental protection officials say Zhang is so loud, he could face arrest for noise pollution if he claps too often.
8. Wei Mingtang: Blows up Balloons with his Ears
9. Claudio Pinto: Pops both of his Eyes
10. Paul Oldfield: World’s Only Flatulist
Mr Methane, alias former train driver Paul Oldfield, claims to be the only performing professional flatulist in the world, or more precisely, a “professional farter”. His ‘talent’ came to light when he accompanied his sister in yoga practice. There, he discovered – to his surprise and delight – that he was able to take in air through the rear, retain it, and then expel it as and when he chose. At first, it was nothing more than a party trick to entertain fellow railwaymen, but eventually Mr Methane found that by careful control, he could pick out a simple tune.
* WTF la… dalam perut ade pam tayar ke ape…
He gradually expanded his repertoire, which now ranges from Strauss’s Blue Danube waltz through to Kylie Minogue’s I Should Be So Lucky. Then, on 1991, he left his job at British Rail and devoted himself to his new entertainment career. On stage, he wears a bright green-and-purple skin-tight costume with cape and mask, looking like a superhero, and travels around the world with his act.
Psstt: Macam-macam hal.. Antara semua manusia-manusia pelik tu, mana satu yang korang nak jadi macam tu jugak? Kalau Khai, of coz la number 6…. Orang kata, time is tissue..