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Man smashes walnuts using head, breaks record
Surrounded by a crowd of onlookers and officials, Mohammad Rashid proceeded to crack a long line of walnuts laid out on a table using only his forehead. After his minute was up, a breathless Rashid looked pleased with his efforts. However, a few of the walnuts clearly got the better of him, as he could be seen wiping away a few spots of blood from his head.
His stunt was part of the annual Punjab Youth Festival in Lahore, Pakistan. The festival has played host to other weird and whacky sports record attempts, including the most number of push-ups in 24 hours.
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