David Alexander wore 121 t-shirts to break the world's record of most t-shirts worn at one time!
Alexander, who weighs 210 pounds shirtless, tipped the scale at 285 pounds in full garb.
Sharp spent roughly two hours wrestling the tees - which ranged in size from small to 8XL - over his friend's head and arms, calling out each number as they progressed, per Guinness rules. In 93 degree heat, Alexander sweat through the first 36 shirts. The duo had wondered why the previous record holder had stopped at 107. By 60, they understood: The necks grew tight, the shoulders constricting, and the sleeves so long that Alexander couldn't bend his elbows.
It took 30 minutes and four guys with scissors to cut Alexander out of the cloth. All was documented on videotape, which the duo plans to send to Guinness to earn the official title.
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