Springbok Casino Celebrates Crazy World Records
From the “World’s Largest Gathering of Dogs Wearing Bandannas” to “Most Steel Cans Collected in One Month”, South Africans hold some of the craziest world records. This month Springbok Casino celebrates some of South Africans’ most unusual achievements with a collection of videos and stories – and free spins on one of its most popular slot games.
“Most People Blowing a Vuvuzela” could only be held by a South African. And it’s not too surprising that we’d break a surfing record (Most Surfers Riding One Wave),” said Springbok Casino manager Daniel van Wyck. “But I’m thinking there may have been some competition for “Longest Sausage Roll” or “Most Lippie”!”
Apparently, bandanas are all the craze in South Africa, since it holds the world record for the “Most Dogs Wearing Bandannas in One Place”. The record was established in October 2017 in Pretoria.
There were so many South African’s blowing a vuvuzela during the 2010 FIFA World Cup that people all around the globe almost didn’t need a television broadcast to hear it.
Bertha Le Roux-Wahl from South Africa used her incredible lipstick-applying skills to break the World Lipstick Record. At a charity event at Red Cross Memorial Children’s Hospital in Cape Town in 2012, she applied her lipstick 535 times in an hour.
These and other Crazy World Records stories and videos are available on the South African casino’s website
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