Most Articles Of Clothing Worn By One Person At Once, Driven To A Clothing Bank, Removed And Donated

United States George Pettit


Houston, Texas, United States / December 12, 2009

Greg Pettit put on 223 articles of clothing at once, drove them to a Salvation Army clothing bank in his Ford Fusion, removed them one by one and donated them to the bank.

Petit set the record as part of Fusion 41, a URDB World Record Challenge created by the Ford Motor Company.

- articles of clothing must be individually removed and counted  
- underwear should not be removed
- paired items (socks and shoes) items are counted individually       (i.e a pair of socks will be counted as two individual items)  
- items must be accepted by the clothing bank in order to be           counted
- articles of clothing may include hats, shirts, pants, jackets,           sweaters, socks, shoes, shoes, gloves, dresses, neckties, skirts, and winter scarves
- smaller items (jewelry, bracelets, glasses, necklaces, arm bands, headbands, bandannas, rings, suspenders, etc.) will not be counted 
- turning non-clothing items into clothing is not permitted (ie. you can't wrap a towel around your waist and call it a skirt)
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    I was looking to those articles which were written on clothing.

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