Champion nose typist displays his record breaking talents
A record-breaking typist holds an unusual record – for typing with his NOSE.
Skilled Mohammed Khursheed Hussain, 23, bagged the unusual title when he typed out a 103 word sentence on the keyboard.
It took him an astonishing 47.44 seconds to complete and read: “Guinness World Records has challenged me to type this sentence using my nose in the fastest time.”
Incredibly, this is the second world record Mr Hussain has broken – his first was for typing the English alphabet in just 3.43 seconds with his fingers.
Mr Hussain said: “After entering the Guinness World Records for the first time in 2012, I got a lot of inspiration from my family, from my parents, from my neighbours.
“They all encouraged me and motivated me to not stop with just the one record, but go for a second.”
Mr Hussain practiced for three years straight to whittle his time down into a competitive one.
At the event he held his hands behind his back while frantically typing the sentence using just his nose.
A large crowd gathered to watch as he broke the record.
Hinting at his tips on becoming a successful record holder he said: “If you want to set a record, every millisecond counts.
“This time I typed with one eye closed, as it is difficult otherwise to locate the keys.”