In what local media reported as an attempt to break a world record, She Ping, a farmer in China's Chongqing Municipality, donned a 73-pound "suit" made of bees, according to Reuters.
But it would appear to have been a buzzzzzzst.
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While China Daily is relaying reports that She's 73-pound suit of bees shattered a previous world record, a representative from Guinness World Records told The Huffington Post that a record set in 2009 still stands.
The "Heaviest Mantle of Bees," as it's called, weighed 135.4 pounds and was comprised of an estimated 613,500 bees. Vipin Seth set the record in India on March 9, 2009, according to Guinness World Records.
A previous unsuccessful attempt at the World Record was captured on video as part of the Guinness World Records television show, so scroll down for that video.
LOOK: She Ping Is Covered With 331,000 Bees:
LOOK: A Separate Unsuccessful Heaviest Mantle Of Bees Record Attempt:
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