I scent an email! Indian IT student sets bizarre world record for typing with his NOSE
Mohammed Khursheed Hussain typed 103 word sentence using his nose.
It took the 23-year-old just 47.44 seconds to complete and read the words.
He also holds the record for typing alphabet in 3.43 secs using his fingers.
An IT student has landed himself an unusual record - for typing with his nose.
Mohammed Khursheed Hussain, 23, from India, bagged the 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.'
Mohammed Khursheed Hussain, 23, typed out a 103 word sentence on the keyboard using just his nose.
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 told wowzeto: '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 neighbors.
'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.
Mr Hussain said he typed with one eye closed, because 'it is difficult otherwise to locate the keys'
During the record-breaking attempt, 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.'
Mr Hussain said his family motivated him to not stop with just the one record, but to go for a second.
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