Florida guy holds pee long enough to break world record “Spider-Man: Noway Home”

A Florida man Maybe Marvel’s biggest fan.

Ramiro Aranis just pioneered Guinness World Records After resisting a break in the bathroom long enough to seeSpider-Man: No Way Home292 times.

He previously broke the record for “most of the films that participated in the same movie.”Avengers: Endgame191 times.But in 2021 Arno Klein According to him, watching “Kaamelott: First Installment” 204 times overturned Alanis’ achievements. news release From the Guinness World Records.

Getting the title back has never been so easy.

The conditions of the record stated that “the movie must be watched independently of other activities.” That means Alanis had to pee because he wasn’t allowed to take a restroom break, take a nap, or check his cell phone. movie.

When Alanis first set a record in 2019, his 11 seats were disqualified due to the bathroom break he took.

A determined Florida man has to endure 720 hours (30 days) to see the “No Way Home” between December 16, 2021 and March 15, 2022 to secure the crown. It was.

To achieve this, Alanis underwent five consecutive screenings daily for the first few weeks of his record-breaking attempt. The most striking part is that he completed his record while balancing his family and work obligations.

According to Marvel fans, Alanis suffered a headache from watching the movie for a long time at midnight. This was the most difficult part of the record attempt.

Landing records wasn’t cheap either. Alanis estimates that he spent a total of about $ 3,400 on movie tickets in the three months it took to set a record.

According to Guinness, he attributed his dedication to honoring his late grandmother Juany. “She was my number one supporter, and I want to remain a record holder,” he said in a news release.

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” was released in theaters on December 17, 2021. The third largest movie in history After defeating the blockbuster “Avatar”, with domestic box office revenue.

It was held by Alanis before it first broke the record Joanna Connor Born in Australia who watched “Bohemian Rhapsody” 108 times in early 2019.

For those who are thinking of overtaking Alanis’ record, he said, “Think carefully before trying it.”

Watch the trailer for “Spider-Man: No Way Home” here.

This article was originally HuffPost It has been updated.

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