Indian Man Wears a 100-Pound Turban That Takes Up to Six Hours to Put On

Turban

Avtar Singh Mauni, a 60-year-old Sikh preacher in Punjab, India, wears a turban that he claims weighs 100 pounds and measures more than 2,000 feet when unraveled. The hefty religious headwear, which was assembled over a 16-year period, takes upwards of six hours to put on each morning. At 100 pounds, the turban is a strong contender for the Guinness World Record, if verified.

Turban

Turban

Turban

images via The Telegraph

via The Telegraph

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