Russian hairdresser worked two days without a break and set a world record


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Russian hairdresser from Kostroma Vlad Demidovich has cut more than 90 people in two days and got into the Guinness Book of records. This is reported by RIA Novosti.

It is noted that according to the rules of the 48-hour marathon, which began on 25 may, Barber had to serve customers without a break for sleep and rest. So, for the first day Demidovich did hairstyles 50 visitors, and for the remaining time it took at least another 30 people.

“Initially, we had planned about 70 haircut, but the Barber worked surprisingly quickly, and I had to connect the backup clients, even calling people off the street,” explained the promoter Johar Kurbanov.

So the Barber set a new world record for the duration of a haircut without a break, beating the former record by 12 hours.

“He feels fine. After work, much like there, but here it can be understood, but sleep didn’t want,” — said Kurbanov.

26 may, it was reported that Vlad Demidovich for the first day of action was cut fifty clients. Specialist drank water and ate chocolate bars with fruit purees, while making haircuts to visitors, the process of his work was broadcast in real time in social networks. Then the hairdresser had planned to take another 20 people, but eventually was able to serve 30 clients.

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