27 Inch Man
April 11, 2011 by Post Team
27 Inch Man, This movie series about extreme organisms of the human world explores the extraordinary life of Eduardo Hernandez, who at the age of 24 is only 27 centimeters tall. Due to its small size, at home in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Bogot? Colombia, Edward used to the unwanted attention of strangers, but last year his life changed radically when it was officially declared the smallest man world.
The media frenzy was immediate. Edward How to cope with fame during the night, and with so many applicants for this iconic record, how long he could keep hold of the title? As Marco Frigatti, Guinness World Records, says, “We knew that the reign of Edward, as the smaller man, could be very short.”
When Chinese Ping Ping record holder died in March 2010, the family of Eduardo was one of many around the world who saw the opportunity and sent its data to the offices of Guinness World Records. Once Guinness had measured Edward and its height was authenticated, it was announced. Eduardo Hernandez was the smallest man in the world.
Before registering, Edward just left the house. Now he was invited to the palace of the Colombian president and became a hit in the Latin American chat show circuit. Plagued by health problems since birth, Edward’s new celebrity brought free health care and has an operation to restore his sight fading, something her family could never have afforded. But Edward soon discovers that there is also a downside to fame, especially when the guest of honor at Colombia’s equivalent of the FA Cup, and a riot begins. Then, just weeks after winning his title, not a bad news for Edward. In Nepal, the youngest teenager in the world is about to turn 18, and the title of Edward – and the fame and fortune that has brought – is in danger.
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