Longest Crowd Surfing: DJ Giel Beelen sets world record (Video)
HILVERSUM, Holland -- Dutch DJ Michiel Antonius Adrianus Beelen, better known as Giel Beelen, spent two hours, three minutes and 30 seconds passed overhead from person to person -
setting the new world record for the longest crowd surfing.
The Guinness world record for the Loudest scream by a crowd was set by a group of Scouts (all Finland), which was measured to reach a level of 127.2 dBA, in the grounds of Toivala's Metsäkoulu, Siilinjärvi, Finland.
Guinness World Records also recognized the loudest scream by a crowd (indoors): 131.6 dBA, achieved by the audience of FAMA's concert at Hong Kong International Trade & Exhibition Centre in Hong Kong, China.
DJ Giel Beelen was helped by 250 people in Hilversum, Netherlands.
Speaking after the event Giel said: 'It sounds easy but I'm completely drained.
Every couple of minutes you're getting jabbed in the ribs or worse and your head bobs around like it's on a spring.'