Indian rollerskater takes limbo stunt to new 'low level'
New York, July 25 (ANI): 11-year-old Indian boy stunned the world when he performed the amazing feat of flattening himself to cruise under a horizontal pole just 6.75 inches from the ground, at a Hong Kong mall event.
The event held on Wednesday was aimed at promoting exercise among the elderly, the New York Daily News reported.
Young rollerskater Rohan Ajit Kokane already holds the Guinness World Record for greatest distance skated underneath cars, at 126 feet 11 inches. (ANI)
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