- Turkey’s 71-year-old Mehmet Ozurek has the biggest nose in the world
- It is being told that Mehmet’s nose is about 3.5 inches or 8.8 cm long.
- Guinness World Records gave him the title of the man with the longest nose
Turkey’s 71-year-old Mehmet Ozurek has the biggest nose in the world and is getting longer. It is being told that Mehmet’s nose is about 3.5 inches or 8.8 centimeters long. About 11 years ago, the Guinness World Records gave him the title of the man with the longest nose. Now the company has once again announced after so many years that Mehmet’s nose remains the longest in the world.
According to the report of The Mirror, no living person has such a big nose at this time in the world. Guinness World Records tweeted that on this day in 2010, Mehmet, from Turkey, was officially given the title of the man with the biggest nose alive on earth. His nose was 8.8 cm. Although Mehmet is not the man with the longest nose in history.
Tomas Vader’s nose was 7.5 inches long
The title of the man with the longest nose in history is named after Britain’s Thomas Vaders. Thomas Vedders, who lived in the Yorkshire area in the 18th century, had an unbelievably 7.5 inches or 19 cm nose. Vaders was part of a frequent traveling circus where he would show off his long nose. This circus used to roam throughout the Yorkshire area. The long nose of Tomas was made a wax sculpture and was shown in many museums of the world.
Let us tell you that recently two twin sisters of Japan have made a world record. However, for this they did not have to do any feat or amazing work. The age of these sisters is 107 years and this is their achievement. They have been certified by Guinness World Records to be the oldest living twins in the world. This record was announced on the day of Japan’s Aged Day. Japan celebrates ‘Older’s Day’ in honor of the elderly and this day is a national holiday.