Getting into the Guinness World Record is not a walk in the park. It involves extraordinary wit and efforts which most people run away from. However, some have managed to find themselves there and here is one
Thirteen turned out to be a lucky number for Steven Langley from North Carolina who set a new Guinness World Record by “putting the most number of people in a soap bubble in 30 seconds.”
The record-adjudicating organization announced Saturday that 56-year-old Steven Langley put individual bubbles around 13 people in that timeframe, posting a video of him performing the sudsy stunt in November at the Huntersville Arts & Cultural Center.
Langley owns six other Guinness World Records, including most paddle balls controlled simultaneously by a person (7); longest hanging chain of soap bubbles (35); and most people making bubbles with garland wands simultaneously (317).