Japanese man shows off world's tallest Mohawk hairstyle
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A Japanese man has added to his nation's list of accomplishments by claiming the world's tallest Mohawk.
40-year-old fashion designer Kazuhiro Watanabe showed off his one-meter-high hairdo in New York after it was listed the tallest Mohawk in the world in an event to mark the release of the latest Guinness World Records book on Wednesday.
Watanabe says he has been growing his hair for 15 years and it took 3 stylists two hours to shape the 118-centimeter Mohawk.
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