Tuesday, 2 July 2013
First off, we have Pumfrey Birtwhistle of Peckham Rye, who has clocked up a whopping 134 loonies sitting next to him on the No. 37 bus - all in the last six months, but not all at once. Well done, that man!
Secondly, Marjorine Spreadbury of Bude has had altercations with no fewer than 48 traffic wardens in the last fortnight. Her achievement is all the more remarkable because she doesn't drive, and has no car. Pip, pip!
Thirdly, young Cedric Spottiswode of Corfe Castle holds the Dorset County Record for person who has managed to tie together the shoelaces of the largest number of people in the Odeon without someone catching him and managing to kick his head in (that's 68 in all). When asked about his achievement, he shrugged modestly and said "You know what's twelve inches long and slippery? A slipper! Arf arf!"
Congratulations to them all, and we're looking forward excitedly to the next round of prizes for more amazing feats, including the saddest ways of trying to disguise a bald pate and for finding the greatest number of uses for pork pies.