Monsieur Grenier’s Bet

Posted on Thursday, May 30th, 2013 by John Wood
Sometime in early 1920, Monsieur Alard Grenier of Paris bet his friends 5000 francs that he could carry his 1000-pound automobile a distance of 100 feet balanced on his head. He is shown above just crossing the finish line as his friends rush to relieve him of the car. The man certainly earned his payment. Talk about neck strength!
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