What was the world's largest airplane (in weight) to be
pulled by a human?
Have you ever heard of the phenomenon when someone has
such a great surge of adrenaline that they seem to have immense superpowers and
be able to do superhuman things such as lifting cars off a child or moving at
extreme speeds on foot to move someone out of the way of a moving vehicle?
Perhaps it was such an adrenaline rush that David Huxley from Australia
experienced when he pulled a Boeing 747-400 using only his sheer strength and a
harness attaching him to the plane. What could cause such a rush? Perhaps
knowing that you’re about to make it into the Guinness Book of World Records.
During his run as part of the strongman circuit,
Huxley pulled the enormous aircraft that weighed 184 tons for a distance of 91
meters in the total time of 1 minute and 27.7 seconds. The feat took place in
Sydney, Australia on October 15, 1997. Huxley has since retired from the
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