Saturday, April 1, 2017
The Mighty Teeth of John Massis!
The strongest teeth in the world belong to "Hercules" John Massis (born Wilfried Oscar Morbee, June, 4, 1940) of St. Amandsberg, Belgium, who on October 19, 1976, demonstrated the ability to pull a locomotive and a truck weighing 135.5 tons on a level track at Park Royal, London, with a bit in his teeth. At Evry, France, on March 19, 1977, he raised a weight of 513 5/8 lbs. to a height of 6 inches from the ground with a bit in his teeth. Here he can be seen goofing off at a LIRR train yard on Long Island, New York.
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