The newest person to vie for the spot of world's shortest man, Chandra Bahadur Dangi.
Each and everyday brings something new and fascinating when part of your job is googling “weird news”, and today’s no different!
Here we see Chandra Bahadur Dangi, possibly, the newest addition to the Guinness World Record Book for the title of “World’s Shortest Man”.
Living in Nepal, he’s been out of sight and unable to communicate with the world at large, which is why this is the first we’re hearing of him. Good luck to the man and the guinness officials heading out to his village right now to take the actual measurements.
Here’s some video of Chandra walking about in his village with some average sized friends:
The Huffington Post writes:
A 72-year-old man may soon have a new title: The world’s shortest man. The man in question is Chandra Bahadur Dangi, who lives in a remote valley in southwestern Nepal, and, according to some sources is just 22 inches tall. Officials from Guinness World Records are currently on their way to Dangi’s village to verify the claim or see if it’s just a tall tale. While it might seem strange that someone as short as Dangi could go unnoticed for so long,MyRepublica.com claims that was because he lived in such a remote village with no access to communication.
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