British Man Stacks Five M&M's to Break Stacking World Record

British Man Stacks Five M&M's to Break Stacking World Record

During the UK’s third COVID-19 lockdown, civil engineer Will Cutbill of Solihull, England decided to try his hand at stacking M&M’s.

Through sheer determination, Cutbill was able to stack five of the candy-coated chocolates to earn himself a Guinness World Record. Cutbill notes how deceivingly spherical the candies are and that it took him hundreds of tries over several hours. The previous record was held by Silvio Sabba of Italy and Brendan Kelbi of Australia who both stacked four M&M’s. It unclear what exactly spurred him to start stacking M&M’s, but the new record holder said that he has always been a fan of Guinness World Records and dreamed of breaking a title.

Watch Will Cutbill stack five M&M’s to break the stacking world record below.

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