An 11-year-old Indian boy set a new world record by flattening himself enough to skim under poles just 6.75 inches from the ground. Rohan Ajit Kokane completed the amazing feat in front of an astounded crowd at a Hong Kong mall, The Mail Online reported .
At first glance it looks as if his body is resting on the floor, but Kokane is in fact just inches above the ground on his roller skates. But record breaking is not a new experience for Kokane – he already holds the Guinness World Record for greatest distance skated underneath 20 cars, at 126 feet 11 inches. He set the record in Mumbai at the Juhu Aerodrome in Mumbai last year.
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