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8 Shocking World Beer Records (Slideshow)

8 Shocking World Beer Records (Slideshow)

You might not even want to attempt to break these records

8 Shocking World Beer Records

These records are extraordinary and probably make great conversation starters at parties, but it’s up to you whether you want to attempt to break them.

Largest Glass of Beer

You think you’ve had a lot to drink? The largest glass of beer — poured at The Fleece Countryside Inn in Yorkshire, England in honor of the Tour de France — contains 3,664 pints of beer. Chug, chug, chug.

Fastest Time to Open 2,000 Beer Bottles

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Most Bottle Caps Removed with Teeth in One Minute

Most Beer Kegs Balanced on a Head

Largest Collection of Beer Bottles

There’s a fine line between collecting and hoarding. At 14 years old, American Ron Werner began collecting beer bottles, adding 1,000 bottles on average every year to his collection. He reached 25,966 bottles in 2012. At this point, is it collecting or just hoarding?

Largest Beer Consumption Per Capita

Germany doesn’t hold the title of “The Number One Beer Drinking Nation after all; the Czech Republic does, consuming about 42.4 gallons per person per year as of 2005.

Largest Tankard of Beer

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Measuring 19 feet, 3 inches tall; 6 feet, 7 inches in diameter; and holding 12,910 liters (about 3,400 gallons) of beer, this tankard, created by the Meraner Altstadtvereinigung, an association of merchants in Italy, is the largest in the world.

Strongest Beer Ever Sold

Just one sip of this beer would probably make you tipsy. The strongest beer ever sold, named “The End of History” — brewed by BrewDog in Fraserburgh, Scotland and last sold in July 2010 — was 55 percent alcohol (110 proof) and sold for £500 ($806) per bottle.


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FLORIDA (WJW) — Authorities are investigating a Florida principal who was seen on camera paddling a student for damaging a computer.

WINK reports the child’s mother recorded the video of Central Elementary School Principal Melissa Carter.

A 6yo child in FL. was beaten by her school principal, in front of her mother, for damage she allegedly caused to a computer. ⚠️ this video is graphic. It’s infuriating, outrageous & shocking & the principal is now under criminal investigation. https://t.co/M3cIZeTMKa pic.twitter.com/HPAcbYXlXe

&mdash David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 2, 2021

It reportedly happened April 13. WINK reports the school called the 6-year-old girl’s mother saying she’d damaged a computer and that there would be a $50 fee.

The mother went to the school to pay the fee and was taken to the principal’s office. Her daughter, the principal and a school clerk were in the room. The mother said she began to get nervous, so she hit record on her phone.

She told WINK the principal “started to scream.” She is then seen paddling the little girl with a wooden paddle three times.

After the first hit, the child turned around crying with her hand on her bottom, and the principal said, “no, put your hands down” before swinging twice more.

“The hatred with which she hit my daughter, I mean it was a hatred that, really I’ve never hit my daughter like she hit her,” the mother told WINK. “I had never hit her.”

The mother told WINK she recorded the incident because she felt no one would believe her if she didn’t. She said she was also confused about the process because of a language barrier.

“I sacrificed my daughter, so all parents can realize what’s happening in this school,” she said.

Police and the Department of Children and Families are now investigating. The State Attorney’s Office is also looking into the incident. WINK reports corporal punishment is not permitted in the school district.

The principal, clerk and school district have not responded to WINK’s requests for comment.


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FLORIDA (WJW) — Authorities are investigating a Florida principal who was seen on camera paddling a student for damaging a computer.

WINK reports the child’s mother recorded the video of Central Elementary School Principal Melissa Carter.

A 6yo child in FL. was beaten by her school principal, in front of her mother, for damage she allegedly caused to a computer. ⚠️ this video is graphic. It’s infuriating, outrageous & shocking & the principal is now under criminal investigation. https://t.co/M3cIZeTMKa pic.twitter.com/HPAcbYXlXe

&mdash David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 2, 2021

It reportedly happened April 13. WINK reports the school called the 6-year-old girl’s mother saying she’d damaged a computer and that there would be a $50 fee.

The mother went to the school to pay the fee and was taken to the principal’s office. Her daughter, the principal and a school clerk were in the room. The mother said she began to get nervous, so she hit record on her phone.

She told WINK the principal “started to scream.” She is then seen paddling the little girl with a wooden paddle three times.

After the first hit, the child turned around crying with her hand on her bottom, and the principal said, “no, put your hands down” before swinging twice more.

“The hatred with which she hit my daughter, I mean it was a hatred that, really I’ve never hit my daughter like she hit her,” the mother told WINK. “I had never hit her.”

The mother told WINK she recorded the incident because she felt no one would believe her if she didn’t. She said she was also confused about the process because of a language barrier.

“I sacrificed my daughter, so all parents can realize what’s happening in this school,” she said.

Police and the Department of Children and Families are now investigating. The State Attorney’s Office is also looking into the incident. WINK reports corporal punishment is not permitted in the school district.

The principal, clerk and school district have not responded to WINK’s requests for comment.


SUBSCRIBE NOW Daily News

FLORIDA (WJW) — Authorities are investigating a Florida principal who was seen on camera paddling a student for damaging a computer.

WINK reports the child’s mother recorded the video of Central Elementary School Principal Melissa Carter.

A 6yo child in FL. was beaten by her school principal, in front of her mother, for damage she allegedly caused to a computer. ⚠️ this video is graphic. It’s infuriating, outrageous & shocking & the principal is now under criminal investigation. https://t.co/M3cIZeTMKa pic.twitter.com/HPAcbYXlXe

&mdash David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 2, 2021

It reportedly happened April 13. WINK reports the school called the 6-year-old girl’s mother saying she’d damaged a computer and that there would be a $50 fee.

The mother went to the school to pay the fee and was taken to the principal’s office. Her daughter, the principal and a school clerk were in the room. The mother said she began to get nervous, so she hit record on her phone.

She told WINK the principal “started to scream.” She is then seen paddling the little girl with a wooden paddle three times.

After the first hit, the child turned around crying with her hand on her bottom, and the principal said, “no, put your hands down” before swinging twice more.

“The hatred with which she hit my daughter, I mean it was a hatred that, really I’ve never hit my daughter like she hit her,” the mother told WINK. “I had never hit her.”

The mother told WINK she recorded the incident because she felt no one would believe her if she didn’t. She said she was also confused about the process because of a language barrier.

“I sacrificed my daughter, so all parents can realize what’s happening in this school,” she said.

Police and the Department of Children and Families are now investigating. The State Attorney’s Office is also looking into the incident. WINK reports corporal punishment is not permitted in the school district.

The principal, clerk and school district have not responded to WINK’s requests for comment.


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FLORIDA (WJW) — Authorities are investigating a Florida principal who was seen on camera paddling a student for damaging a computer.

WINK reports the child’s mother recorded the video of Central Elementary School Principal Melissa Carter.

A 6yo child in FL. was beaten by her school principal, in front of her mother, for damage she allegedly caused to a computer. ⚠️ this video is graphic. It’s infuriating, outrageous & shocking & the principal is now under criminal investigation. https://t.co/M3cIZeTMKa pic.twitter.com/HPAcbYXlXe

&mdash David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 2, 2021

It reportedly happened April 13. WINK reports the school called the 6-year-old girl’s mother saying she’d damaged a computer and that there would be a $50 fee.

The mother went to the school to pay the fee and was taken to the principal’s office. Her daughter, the principal and a school clerk were in the room. The mother said she began to get nervous, so she hit record on her phone.

She told WINK the principal “started to scream.” She is then seen paddling the little girl with a wooden paddle three times.

After the first hit, the child turned around crying with her hand on her bottom, and the principal said, “no, put your hands down” before swinging twice more.

“The hatred with which she hit my daughter, I mean it was a hatred that, really I’ve never hit my daughter like she hit her,” the mother told WINK. “I had never hit her.”

The mother told WINK she recorded the incident because she felt no one would believe her if she didn’t. She said she was also confused about the process because of a language barrier.

“I sacrificed my daughter, so all parents can realize what’s happening in this school,” she said.

Police and the Department of Children and Families are now investigating. The State Attorney’s Office is also looking into the incident. WINK reports corporal punishment is not permitted in the school district.

The principal, clerk and school district have not responded to WINK’s requests for comment.


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FLORIDA (WJW) — Authorities are investigating a Florida principal who was seen on camera paddling a student for damaging a computer.

WINK reports the child’s mother recorded the video of Central Elementary School Principal Melissa Carter.

A 6yo child in FL. was beaten by her school principal, in front of her mother, for damage she allegedly caused to a computer. ⚠️ this video is graphic. It’s infuriating, outrageous & shocking & the principal is now under criminal investigation. https://t.co/M3cIZeTMKa pic.twitter.com/HPAcbYXlXe

&mdash David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 2, 2021

It reportedly happened April 13. WINK reports the school called the 6-year-old girl’s mother saying she’d damaged a computer and that there would be a $50 fee.

The mother went to the school to pay the fee and was taken to the principal’s office. Her daughter, the principal and a school clerk were in the room. The mother said she began to get nervous, so she hit record on her phone.

She told WINK the principal “started to scream.” She is then seen paddling the little girl with a wooden paddle three times.

After the first hit, the child turned around crying with her hand on her bottom, and the principal said, “no, put your hands down” before swinging twice more.

“The hatred with which she hit my daughter, I mean it was a hatred that, really I’ve never hit my daughter like she hit her,” the mother told WINK. “I had never hit her.”

The mother told WINK she recorded the incident because she felt no one would believe her if she didn’t. She said she was also confused about the process because of a language barrier.

“I sacrificed my daughter, so all parents can realize what’s happening in this school,” she said.

Police and the Department of Children and Families are now investigating. The State Attorney’s Office is also looking into the incident. WINK reports corporal punishment is not permitted in the school district.

The principal, clerk and school district have not responded to WINK’s requests for comment.


SUBSCRIBE NOW Daily News

FLORIDA (WJW) — Authorities are investigating a Florida principal who was seen on camera paddling a student for damaging a computer.

WINK reports the child’s mother recorded the video of Central Elementary School Principal Melissa Carter.

A 6yo child in FL. was beaten by her school principal, in front of her mother, for damage she allegedly caused to a computer. ⚠️ this video is graphic. It’s infuriating, outrageous & shocking & the principal is now under criminal investigation. https://t.co/M3cIZeTMKa pic.twitter.com/HPAcbYXlXe

&mdash David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 2, 2021

It reportedly happened April 13. WINK reports the school called the 6-year-old girl’s mother saying she’d damaged a computer and that there would be a $50 fee.

The mother went to the school to pay the fee and was taken to the principal’s office. Her daughter, the principal and a school clerk were in the room. The mother said she began to get nervous, so she hit record on her phone.

She told WINK the principal “started to scream.” She is then seen paddling the little girl with a wooden paddle three times.

After the first hit, the child turned around crying with her hand on her bottom, and the principal said, “no, put your hands down” before swinging twice more.

“The hatred with which she hit my daughter, I mean it was a hatred that, really I’ve never hit my daughter like she hit her,” the mother told WINK. “I had never hit her.”

The mother told WINK she recorded the incident because she felt no one would believe her if she didn’t. She said she was also confused about the process because of a language barrier.

“I sacrificed my daughter, so all parents can realize what’s happening in this school,” she said.

Police and the Department of Children and Families are now investigating. The State Attorney’s Office is also looking into the incident. WINK reports corporal punishment is not permitted in the school district.

The principal, clerk and school district have not responded to WINK’s requests for comment.


SUBSCRIBE NOW Daily News

FLORIDA (WJW) — Authorities are investigating a Florida principal who was seen on camera paddling a student for damaging a computer.

WINK reports the child’s mother recorded the video of Central Elementary School Principal Melissa Carter.

A 6yo child in FL. was beaten by her school principal, in front of her mother, for damage she allegedly caused to a computer. ⚠️ this video is graphic. It’s infuriating, outrageous & shocking & the principal is now under criminal investigation. https://t.co/M3cIZeTMKa pic.twitter.com/HPAcbYXlXe

&mdash David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 2, 2021

It reportedly happened April 13. WINK reports the school called the 6-year-old girl’s mother saying she’d damaged a computer and that there would be a $50 fee.

The mother went to the school to pay the fee and was taken to the principal’s office. Her daughter, the principal and a school clerk were in the room. The mother said she began to get nervous, so she hit record on her phone.

She told WINK the principal “started to scream.” She is then seen paddling the little girl with a wooden paddle three times.

After the first hit, the child turned around crying with her hand on her bottom, and the principal said, “no, put your hands down” before swinging twice more.

“The hatred with which she hit my daughter, I mean it was a hatred that, really I’ve never hit my daughter like she hit her,” the mother told WINK. “I had never hit her.”

The mother told WINK she recorded the incident because she felt no one would believe her if she didn’t. She said she was also confused about the process because of a language barrier.

“I sacrificed my daughter, so all parents can realize what’s happening in this school,” she said.

Police and the Department of Children and Families are now investigating. The State Attorney’s Office is also looking into the incident. WINK reports corporal punishment is not permitted in the school district.

The principal, clerk and school district have not responded to WINK’s requests for comment.


SUBSCRIBE NOW Daily News

FLORIDA (WJW) — Authorities are investigating a Florida principal who was seen on camera paddling a student for damaging a computer.

WINK reports the child’s mother recorded the video of Central Elementary School Principal Melissa Carter.

A 6yo child in FL. was beaten by her school principal, in front of her mother, for damage she allegedly caused to a computer. ⚠️ this video is graphic. It’s infuriating, outrageous & shocking & the principal is now under criminal investigation. https://t.co/M3cIZeTMKa pic.twitter.com/HPAcbYXlXe

&mdash David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 2, 2021

It reportedly happened April 13. WINK reports the school called the 6-year-old girl’s mother saying she’d damaged a computer and that there would be a $50 fee.

The mother went to the school to pay the fee and was taken to the principal’s office. Her daughter, the principal and a school clerk were in the room. The mother said she began to get nervous, so she hit record on her phone.

She told WINK the principal “started to scream.” She is then seen paddling the little girl with a wooden paddle three times.

After the first hit, the child turned around crying with her hand on her bottom, and the principal said, “no, put your hands down” before swinging twice more.

“The hatred with which she hit my daughter, I mean it was a hatred that, really I’ve never hit my daughter like she hit her,” the mother told WINK. “I had never hit her.”

The mother told WINK she recorded the incident because she felt no one would believe her if she didn’t. She said she was also confused about the process because of a language barrier.

“I sacrificed my daughter, so all parents can realize what’s happening in this school,” she said.

Police and the Department of Children and Families are now investigating. The State Attorney’s Office is also looking into the incident. WINK reports corporal punishment is not permitted in the school district.

The principal, clerk and school district have not responded to WINK’s requests for comment.


SUBSCRIBE NOW Daily News

FLORIDA (WJW) — Authorities are investigating a Florida principal who was seen on camera paddling a student for damaging a computer.

WINK reports the child’s mother recorded the video of Central Elementary School Principal Melissa Carter.

A 6yo child in FL. was beaten by her school principal, in front of her mother, for damage she allegedly caused to a computer. ⚠️ this video is graphic. It’s infuriating, outrageous & shocking & the principal is now under criminal investigation. https://t.co/M3cIZeTMKa pic.twitter.com/HPAcbYXlXe

&mdash David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 2, 2021

It reportedly happened April 13. WINK reports the school called the 6-year-old girl’s mother saying she’d damaged a computer and that there would be a $50 fee.

The mother went to the school to pay the fee and was taken to the principal’s office. Her daughter, the principal and a school clerk were in the room. The mother said she began to get nervous, so she hit record on her phone.

She told WINK the principal “started to scream.” She is then seen paddling the little girl with a wooden paddle three times.

After the first hit, the child turned around crying with her hand on her bottom, and the principal said, “no, put your hands down” before swinging twice more.

“The hatred with which she hit my daughter, I mean it was a hatred that, really I’ve never hit my daughter like she hit her,” the mother told WINK. “I had never hit her.”

The mother told WINK she recorded the incident because she felt no one would believe her if she didn’t. She said she was also confused about the process because of a language barrier.

“I sacrificed my daughter, so all parents can realize what’s happening in this school,” she said.

Police and the Department of Children and Families are now investigating. The State Attorney’s Office is also looking into the incident. WINK reports corporal punishment is not permitted in the school district.

The principal, clerk and school district have not responded to WINK’s requests for comment.


SUBSCRIBE NOW Daily News

FLORIDA (WJW) — Authorities are investigating a Florida principal who was seen on camera paddling a student for damaging a computer.

WINK reports the child’s mother recorded the video of Central Elementary School Principal Melissa Carter.

A 6yo child in FL. was beaten by her school principal, in front of her mother, for damage she allegedly caused to a computer. ⚠️ this video is graphic. It’s infuriating, outrageous & shocking & the principal is now under criminal investigation. https://t.co/M3cIZeTMKa pic.twitter.com/HPAcbYXlXe

&mdash David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 2, 2021

It reportedly happened April 13. WINK reports the school called the 6-year-old girl’s mother saying she’d damaged a computer and that there would be a $50 fee.

The mother went to the school to pay the fee and was taken to the principal’s office. Her daughter, the principal and a school clerk were in the room. The mother said she began to get nervous, so she hit record on her phone.

She told WINK the principal “started to scream.” She is then seen paddling the little girl with a wooden paddle three times.

After the first hit, the child turned around crying with her hand on her bottom, and the principal said, “no, put your hands down” before swinging twice more.

“The hatred with which she hit my daughter, I mean it was a hatred that, really I’ve never hit my daughter like she hit her,” the mother told WINK. “I had never hit her.”

The mother told WINK she recorded the incident because she felt no one would believe her if she didn’t. She said she was also confused about the process because of a language barrier.

“I sacrificed my daughter, so all parents can realize what’s happening in this school,” she said.

Police and the Department of Children and Families are now investigating. The State Attorney’s Office is also looking into the incident. WINK reports corporal punishment is not permitted in the school district.

The principal, clerk and school district have not responded to WINK’s requests for comment.


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