11,600 lollipops lined up breaks world record

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An aquatic rescue charity in South Africa broke a Guinness World Record by assembling a line of 11,602 lollipops.

The National Sea Rescue Institute gathered 27 volunteers from its Station 5 to attempt the candy-arranging record on the Durban Beachfront Promenade.

The institute said the lollipops used in the attempt will be distributed at community events and school presentations.

Written by: Keenan Williams

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