A combo image shows Jagathish M. attempting the record.
Gulf Today ReportAn Indian man named Jagathish M. from Chennai succeeded in setting a Guinness World Record for his ability to drive a tuk-tuk (3-wheeler) on two wheels for the longest distance.
The Guinness World Records website posted a video clip showing the Indian man driving a three-wheeler on only two wheels for a distance of 2.2 kilometres.
The video garnered more than 429,000 views and about 73,000 likes.
Sharing the video on their official handle, the Guinness World Record (GWR) introduced the man for the furthest side-wheelie on an auto-rickshaw.
“Epic Auto-Rickshaw Side Wheelie. Auto-rickshaw driver Jagathish M from Chennai, India tuk tuk this side wheelie distance record to the limit,” the post with this caption reads.
Further labelling the Guinness attempt as an epic side wheelie, the GWR’s official website explained about the record stating that Jagathish drove a remarkable distance of 2.2 km.
Also, he made this big attempt by balancing the auto just on two wheels.
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