Sailendra Nath Roy, Indian Guinness World Record Holder Died
Sailendra Nath Roy, an Indian Guinness World Record holder on 28 April 2013 died during the stunt.
Sailendra Nath Roy, an Indian Guinness World Record holder who on 28 April 2013 attempted to cross a river called Teesta suspended from a zip wire attached to his ponytail has died during the stunt. He was trying to cross the Coronation Bridge over the Teesta river near Siliguri town suspended from a zip wire 600ft (180m) long at a height of 70ft (20m).
Sailendra Nath Roy’s Achievements
• In March 2011, Sailendra was named a Guinness World Record holder for travelling the farthest distance on a zip wire using hair.
• In 2008, Sailendra pulled the Darjeeling toy train with his ponytail.
• And in 2007, his ponytail tied to a rope, he flew from one building to another in front of television cameras.