Man Sings for 106 Straight Hours to Supposedly Break World Record, Gets DQ'd on Technicality

April 4, 2019

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Earlier this week in the Dominican Republic, Carlos Silver sang more than 5,000 songs over the course of 106 consecutive hours to supposedly break the 105-hour Guinness World Record held by Sunil Waghmare. But UPI reports that Silver was ultimately disqualified, as video evidence showed him taking breaks of up to two minutes when the maximum break allowed was just 30 seconds. Poor guy.