Indian Man sets Guinness World Record for Typing with Nose

London, Dec 30: An Indian man has recently set the Guinness world record for typing 103 words in 47 seconds with nose.

Mohammed Khursheed Hussain trained for six hours a day for three years to set the keyboard-bashing best, the Mirror reported.

With his hands tied behind his back, the 23-year-old wrote the phrase: "Guinness World Records has challenged me to type this sentence using my nose in the fastest time."

That secured Hussain a second world record, his first was for typing the English alphabet in just 3.43 seconds with his fingers.

Hussain told the International Business Times that he typed with one eye closed, as it was difficult otherwise to locate the keys.


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