British engineer, Andy Jennings, broke the record for the fastest litter box in the world, after he designed a bin with a speed of more than 43 miles (about 69 kilometers) per hour, in the town of “Elvington” in England, and the event was held last Sunday.
The 28-year-old used a home litter box, in addition to a motorcycle engine, gearbox and fuel, a bicycle seat, and a steering tool from a mobile scooter.
Its rare that we mention individuals, but Andy Jennings (52) set a speed record yesterday of 45.35mph which means not only has he not got a speeding ticket from the Yorkshire Rozzers, but he also raised a bin load of cash for his mate Ben.
Well played sir!https://t.co/8n7zjEERDB pic.twitter.com/eFcJ1RXGpj
— Wheelie Bin Federation (@BinFederation) September 29, 2020
According to press reports, the Guinness Book of Records has told Jennings that he has to reach speeds of over 30 miles per hour; However, he managed to achieve 43 miles per hour, setting a new record.
And Andy posted a video clip of his record-breaking attempt on Facebook, saying, “I’d like to thank very much, to those who helped organize my first record attempt this weekend, I met some amazing people, really good times.”