Bengaluru college sets Guinness record; most drink cans opened at a go
Seeking a slot in the Guinness Book of World Records, more than 900 students of a prestigious women's educational institute here simultaneously opened most drink cans
Bengaluru: Seeking a slot in the Guinness Book of World Records, more than 900 students of a prestigious women's educational institute in Bengaluru simultaneously opened most drink cans on Saturday.
"Bengaluru witnessed a new Guinness World Record as more than 900 students from Mount Carmel College simultaneously opened most drink cans ¿ TWISS- a canned sparkling fruit juice at 'Cul-Ah 2016' fest here on the premises of the institution," TWISS Drinks India Private Limited Managing Director, Nitin S Menon told reporters.
With this, the students broke the existing record of 'Most drink cans opened simultaneously" set by Limited CidoGrupa (Latvia) in Ligatne, Latvia, on August 2 last year, involving 689 people, Menon said.
Mallya Hospital President and CEO Commodore Indru Wadhwani, Dr Jaykar Shetty and Chartered Accountant Rajesh Narayanan were present as representatives of Guinness World Records.
They will validate the record and the certificate will be issued officially in a week's time, Menon said. TWISS is the first-ever multi-flavoured sparkling fruit juice to be introduced in India by TWISS Drinks India Private Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of TWISS UK.