A South Yorkshire man has had the most adrenaline-filled tea break the world has ever seen.
Thrill-seeker Simon Berry dunked a biscuit into a cup of tea placed at the bottom of a bungee jump more than 70 metres above the ground.
The 24-year-old bungee jumping instructor from Kiveton Park, Rotherham, held a hobnob in both hands as he launched himself into thin air - with cheers erupting from the crowds below as he successfully dunked the biscuit into the cuppa.
Yorkshire Tea was Mr Berry's drink of choice - and he dunked a chocolate Hobnob because of it's 'structure and integrity. It's a solid biscuit'.
Mr Berry said: "It was amazing. I never thought I'd have a world record."
Since his successful dunk, he admitted he'd like to try out a few more record attempts soon.
He said: "We have got a few things in the offing - perhaps next will be the highest bungee jump from a hot air balloon."
The 12th Guinness World Record Day, first launched to celebrate the day the Guinness World Records book sold its 100 millionth copy, will see more than 600,000 people around the world attempting to secure their place in the history books.
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