Guinness rejects eye socket strength feat

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GUIYANG, China, Dec. 18 (UPI) -- A Chinese kung fu master said Guinness World Records will not recognize his feat of pulling cars using hooks lodged in his eye sockets.

Luo Deyuan, 21, said his feat of ocular strength was kept out of the record books because officials decided it was too dangerous, Britain's The Sun reported Thursday.


However, Luo said he has not given up on his dreams of Guinness Book glory. He plans to submit more stunt proposals to the world record authority -- including lifting buckets of water with his eyebrows, walking on sharp blades and stopping electric fans with his tongue.

"I'll keep trying because I really want to do something special in the world. I really want to perform my stunts on a bigger stage," he said.

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