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World Record : 28 person in 1 mini car!
How many people can you fit in a Mini? If it's a new BMW MINI and those people happen to be very flexible then the answer is 28, as confirmed today for a new Guiness World Record at Potters Field Park, London.
The team, which consisted entirely of women, broke their previous record of 27, which they set last year. As well as occupying all of the Mini's seats, the team squeezed on to the dashboard and into the footwells, while four managed to fit in the boot.
Following the record, 23 of the women then squeezed into a classic Mini, beating the previous record of 21.
The two records were set as part of the eighth annual Guinness World Records day, which commemorates November 15 2004, when Guinness World Records become the world's best-selling copyright book.
By : Daily Telegraph
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