The Strongest Teeth in Belgium

Posted on Monday, October 10th, 2022 by John Wood
John Massis, who we have covered before on this blog, performed a number of impressive feats of jaw strength. Above shows one that he performed in Milan, Italy in 1968 in front of Guinness World Record Officials: holding this Beechcraft model B 50 Twin-Bonanza airplane back with his teeth! No faking this one. Massis also pulled a 126 ton train for 3.5 meters in Stockholm, Sweden in 1978 and in 1979, held back a helicopter from taking off by way of a bit clenched in his teeth similar to what is pictured here.
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