The world’s longest beard measures over 17 feet in length and kept in storage at the National Museum of Natural History. The owner of this beard Hans Langseth died in North Dakota in 1927, he left his surviving children with a final wish: after his open-casket funeral, he wanted to have his beard cut off and stored for posterity.
But today’s longest beard measures 2.495 m (8 ft 2.5 in) and belongs to Sarwan Singh from Canada. Normally, he keeps his beard rolled up or over his shoulder, but if he wears it down the front, his whiskers will brush the floor.
The Britain’s longest beard owned by Michael Legge who spent four years letting his facial fuzz lengthen to reach the impressive milestone, he grew his whiskers an incredible 2-FEET in length.
Did you know Abraham Lincoln supposedly grew his iconic beard after suggestion by a young girl. She wrote to him: ‘You would look a great deal better. Your face is so thin’.
Watch this video where the man goes over some pitfalls and reasons why men shave off their beards without discovering their true potential.