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Saudi national in bid to set new world record for bees covering his body

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GDN Online Desk


Riyadh – A fearless Saudi national is hoping to set a new world record for most bees covering his body.

Zouhair Qatani is planning to make a fresh attempt on Tuesday morning (Sept 11) in a bid to enter the Guinness Book of World Records.

The daring man will try his best to break the current Guinness Book of World Record of 63.7 kilogrammes of bees.

Qahtani underwent intensive training over the past weeks, hoping to set a new stunning world record, with more than 100 kilos of swarming honey bees covering his body.

Last year, he made a daring attempt to break the Guinness Book of World Record of 63.7 kilos of honey bees.

He blamed his failure then on the scorching heat. He claimed that the honey bee queen had left the place, taking the other bees with her.

Qahtani had to stand for 1 hour and a half in his first attempt, hoping to attract a stunning 120 kilos of bees but he failed to reach his target and set a new world record.  

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