Hottest Propane Torch Flame Extinguished Using Tongue

United States Brad Byers


Pullman, Washington, United States / July 13, 2011

Brad Byers extinguished a 3600-degree Fahrenheit flame from a BernzOmatic propane torch using only his tongue.

WARNING: This record can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional stunt man. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.

- must use a propane torch as shown in the original video
- heat measurement must be confirmed by manufacturer
- flame must be fully extinguished on the tongue
- only the bare tongue may be used to extinguish the flame
- temperature of the flame must be verified
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


Tags: wildcardtonguetorchflamehottestextinguishpropane

  • Canada Doug Thompson

    Doug Thompson

    Challenge accepted.

  • Canada Jacob Bath

    Jacob Bath

    The only person that's gonna press the Challenge It button is you! Good job man.

    • United States Brad Byers

      Brad Byers

      Thank you Jacob Bath for the clever and complimentary comment!

    • Canada Jacob Bath

      Jacob Bath

      No problem, I got you. I really enjoy your acts.

    • Canada Doug Thompson

      Doug Thompson

      You're wrong though, Jacob. Hell N Back/Circus of Hell can put out a hotter torch and is challenging this record with both MAPP gas and oxyacetylene...3720 degrees (97 degrees hotter) and 6300 degrees (2700 degrees hotter)...

  • Germany Baraa Solieman

    Baraa Solieman

    why is there a challenge it button though :)) xD i thought i was about to watch a horror movie

  • United States Jenn Wark

    Jenn Wark

    How did you figure out that you could even do this? Amazing!

    • United States Brad Byers

      Brad Byers

      The wheels are always turning for new ideas. Thanks for the compliment!

  • United States Corey Henderson

    Corey Henderson


    • United States Brad Byers

      Brad Byers

      Thank you Corey Henderson, That's quite a compliment!

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