Fastest Time To Bring Handcuffed Hands From Back Of Body To Front

United States Erica Lutz

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Brooklyn, New York, United States / April 5, 2010

Erica Lutz brought her handcuffed hands from behind her back to the front of her body in 4.1 seconds.

- wrists must be secured in standard chain-link handcuffs (hinged handcuffs not permitted)
- cuffs may be padded to avoid hurting wrists
- handcuffs must be locked
- wrists must be below waist when timing starts
- timing stops when wrists are in front of waist

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  • United States j c

    j c

    Thats HOT!

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    Rob Birdsong

    Uh-Oh Carlo, might have to bring those handcuffs to the office next week and retry. Afraid we have to DENY this.

  • United States Emily Patricia

    Emily Patricia

    I think this should be denied and the criteria updated to say "over the head."

  • United States sjaffe

    sjaffe

    clearly just lifting your legs is easier, and anyone can do that. she (the original record setter) even says "from the back to the front -over the head-" in the video. totally lame "breaking"

  • Wow, that looked painful. I'm not sure I'd try this unless I wanted to dislocate my shoulder.

  • How long was this cute woman locked in the handcuffs?

  • How long did this woman have the handcuffs locked on her wrists all together?

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