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Strongman to Pull Airbus A380 With His Teeth

Strongman to Pull Airbus A380 With His Teeth
Jennifer Billock

A Hungarian strongman from Dubai is at it again, getting ready to pull thousands of pounds with just his teeth; he’s looking to set a new world record by pulling an airplane at Dubai’s Expo 2020 – it’s not the first time he’s performed such a massive feat and he has plans for even more stunts in the future.

Zsolt ‘Popeye’ Sinka is a Hungarian strongman currently based in Dubai, and at the upcoming Expo 2020 Dubai, he intends to pull off a massive feat. Popeye has plans to set a new world record using only his teeth to pull an Airbus A380.

“My plan is to set several new Guinness World Records here in Dubai,” Popeye told Time Out Dubai. “First, I want to try and pull a Boeing 777 with my teeth. Then, next year, during the Dubai 2020 World Expo, I want to pull an Airbus A380. I think it will be a good promotion during the Expo. After that, I will try and set a new car-pulling record – maybe six to eight cars. Then maybe, I work with RTA and pull a big bus. I also have plans to stage a show on the Burj Al Arab helipad – I want to block two motorbikes with my teeth. That will be a great show, a great spectacle.”

It’s not the first time Popeye has planned to do something of this magnitude and pulled it off. He has already pulled an Airbus A320 with his teeth across the Dubai airport runway.


[Featured Image: YouTube/ Ford Magyarország]

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