A tailor in Eastern India has sewn a 20 foot long shirt to break a world record.
It took 328 feet of cloth and 24 hours of work to finish.
The shirt dwarfs these buildings when it was displayed from the roof.
It's so big that three children can fit in the front pocket.
The man says he's not that well off, but he wanted to break the world record so he could make a name for himself.
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