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Going for Guinness

Published November 16. 2012 4:00AM
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Backdropped by Tower Bridge in London, participants try to reposition themselves for photographs Thursday after getting back into the car following a successful Guinness World Record attempt to fit 28 people into a Mini. The attempt, which broke the previous record of 27, was made to coincide with Guinness World Records Day, an annual event which organizers estimate will see around 420,000 people attempting records around the globe.

Backdropped by Tower Bridge in London, participants try to reposition themselves for photographs Thursday after getting back into the car following a successful Guinness World Record attempt to fit 28 people into a Mini. The attempt, which broke the previous record of 27, was made to coincide with Guinness World Records Day, an annual event which organizers estimate will see around 420,000 people attempting records around the globe.

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