Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Extraordinary People Who Broke The Laws Of Human DNA.

Everyone is unique in their own way. Some of us love to melt a little bit of chocolate in a hot cup of tea. Others need to finish eating their steak first and only then they can move on to their side dish. But while some people carry their distinctiveness on the inside, others have it on the outside. Don’t believe us? Check out the folks on this list. They have extraordinarily flexible bodies, big arms, large muscular upper bodies and even skulls that can bend steel. These people may look like they came out of some kind of fantasy novel or a Marvel film franchise, but they’re real. So, prepare to meet that most unusual and coolest people on the planet.

#1. If you thought The Hulk was big, then you obviously never met Sajad Gharibi from Iran.

Sajad is like a real-life Incredible Hulk, but he didn’t get this way from exposure to gamma radiation. This is just how he happens to be. But stay on his good side because you wouldn’t like him when he’s angry.

#2. If Jeff Dabe from Minnesota ever challenges you to an arm-wrestling contest, turn him down immediately.

You’ll be glad you did, and your arm will thank you for it. Jeff’s forearms are 19 inches (48 cm) long. So, if you happen to compete with this arm wrestler, then brace yourself because you will most likely lose.

#3. You’ve heard of people having long hair, but You Jianxia broke the world record for longest eyelashes.

Her lashes are approximately 4.8 inches (12 cm) long and they are continuing to grow. They grow on her upper lids and were measured back in 2016. And to this day, no one has managed to beat her record.

You’ve heard of people having long hair, but You Jianxia broke the world record for longest eyelashes.


#4. You will never complain about your nose being too big after you look at Mehmet Özyürek.

His nose measures 3.55 inches (8.8 cm) which is by far the longest nose recorded in the world to date. It was last measured in 2010. But given that the nose contains cartilage, it may continue to grow longer.

#5. He may not be the Man of Steel, but he can certainly bend steel using his powerful skull.

It turns out that John Ferraro’s skull is very strong. He’s earned the nickname Hammer Head because he can break concrete and even bend metal with his head. Now that’s what we call being hard-headed.

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