Man performs rarest feat with 100 Enfield bikes run over his stomach

Published: 29th August 2016 03:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th August 2016 03:27 AM   |  A+A-


RAJAMAHENDRAVARAM: In his bid to etch his name in the Guinness Book of World Records, a Rajamahendravaram lad, Komma Ujwal performed a rare feat at Pushkar Ghat here on Sunday. As hundreds of people witnessed, the youngster had 100 Royal Enfield bikes run over his stomach.

As per the directions of the Gunniness Book of World Records management, the feat was conducted in the presence of three gazetted officers. Government hospital superintendent Dr T Ramesh Kishore, Animal Husbandary department assistant director Dr KRK Rao and Rajamahendravaram Municipal Corporation health officer Dr MVR Murthi, who supervised the event.

Specially trained bike riders participated in the programme. The event was shot with three cameras and its footage will be sent to the Guinness Book of World Records.

Earlier, Ujwal also organised the same feat in Hyderabad under the aegis of a TV channel and received prize from cine hero Mahesh Babu. Ujwal also bagged gold medals in karate, boxing and taekwando at the national-level. He is the son of 21st division corporator Komma Srinivas. Mayor Pantham Rajani Sesha Sai, MLC Adireddy Appa Rao,  deputy mayor VR Babu, TDP State secretary Ganni Krishna, elite of the city and many others were also present.

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