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Belch Record

In September of 2008, Londoner Paul Hunn set a world's record for the loudest human belch ever recorded—107.1 decibels, which is about as loud as a chainsaw from just three feet away. Even more shocking is that Hunn didn't even say "excuse me" afterwards!

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