SA sets 'new world record' for longest hearse parade
A convoy of 110 funeral cars lapped the Kyalami circuit to unofficially 'beat' the Guinness record
ByMotoring ReporterPart of a convoy of hearses at Kyalami, north of Johannesburg, that set out to break the world record.Image:SuppliedA Guinness world record for the longest parade of hearses was unofficially set at the Kyalami racetrack on Tuesday.A convoy of 111 hearses, later revised to 110 after one broke down, reportedly drove around the Midrand circuit to beat the previous record of 107 hearses, achieved in Baarn, Netherlands, in August 2012.
Ahh Apt.. so many murders everyday, we got the passengers for all them hearses 😪 smh 🤣🤣🤣🎉🎉🎉 Wow! I'm sure that was dying for... Mxxm useless. 😏 What in the holy hell is this shit? Is this news though? Are we dying like flies? Abelungu mxm Why? People are bored out there mxxm. 😏 This is stupìd. Why though?
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