Indian man pulls locomotive with pony tail
INDIA (KGO) -- An Indian man known for accomplishing feats of strength with his hair has done it again.
On Monday, 49-year-old Sailendra Nath Roy put his pony tail to use on a train. He tied it to a chain and pulled a 40-ton locomotive complete with engine and four coaches more than eight feet.
Mr. Roy loves doing this sort of thing. He already holds several records for pulling vehicles like trucks and buses with his pony tail. He's hoping to get his name registered in the Guiness Book of World Records.
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