His feats include making the longest will in the world - a whopping 489 pages, delivering a pizza from New Delhi to San Francisco, and, of course, carrying the highest number of tattoos on his body.

An auto dealer 'Guinness Rishi', first entered the Guinness Book of World Records in 1990, when along with his two friends, he rode a scooter for 1001 hours at Sarasbaug in Pune.

Rishi, once sipped a litre of tomato ketchup in 40 seconds and hand-delivered a pizza from New Delhi to Ripley’s museum in San Francisco to set up a new record.

Rishi claims that he has tattoos of flags of over 200 countries, 185 country maps, 165 mini flags and 2,985 characters.

And he even got all of his teeth removed once, to accommodate 496 drinking straws, each measuring 5mm in diameter.

He even takes along his family on the record trip. His wife's name was also included in Guiness Books for writing world's smallest will ''All to Son'' in 1991.

And for their son Sumit’s marriage, they printed half-inch-by-half-inch invitation cards, which is also a Guiness Book of World Records.

Rishi also contested in local municipal elections in an attempt to create a world record by not receiving a single vote. But his attempt failed as many as 30 residents voted for him.

While his forehead, head, arms, legs and chest are covered with tattoos, his back remains pristine clear.

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