Largest Wall Of Cardboard Boxes Knocked Down Using A Hybrid Human-Cardboard Battering Ram
Madrid, Spain / February 28, 2012
Anna Simon, a host at Otra Movida, knocked down 48 cardboard boxes dressed as a hybrid human-cardboard battering ram.
- battering ram must be comprised of exactly one cardboard box and one human being
- battering ram may be carried by no more than four people
- battering ram cannot touch the floor before impact with the wall of cardboard boxes
- battering ram must make impact with wall before the ram carriers make impact
- boxes knocked down by the impact of both the battering ram and the ram carriers may be counted
- boxes left standing after the impact of the battering ram are not counted
- wall of cardboard boxes must be a stable structure that stands without the use of adhesives or internal supports
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