St. Petersburg businessman was the world champion of cigar Smoking

The winner of the seventh consecutive world Cup among smokers has become a St. Petersburg businessman Alexander Walk, according to “”. Cigar Smoking World Championship was held in the Croatian city of Split from 1 to 3 September.

The participants competed in who is the longest will be able to continuously Smoking a cigar. The Russians with the score 3 hours 6 minutes and 15 seconds set a world record. The prize was a Cup, comparable in size with those given to the winners of football or tennis competitions.

According to the rules of the championship, the participants had to cut and light his cigar for a minute and with not more than two matches. In the process of competition was allowed to drink fine spirits. The level to which one would finish, it was observed tied with a bow ribbon.

Step, according to the publication, for the second time became the winner of this championship. The same title also was once awarded a former St. Petersburg legislative Assembly Deputy Igor Korovin.

In the summer of 2016 in Hungary held a competition for the fastest digging the grave. The jury assessed the work of gravediggers for accuracy and compliance with the specified dimensions: 200 cm long, 160 — deep and 80 — in wide. The winners did a great job for half an hour and went to international competition with rivals from the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia.