A retired cobbler from northern India, Mahashta Murasi, claims he was born in January 1835, making him not only the oldest man on earth, but the oldest to have ever lived, according to the Guinness World Records.
According to indian officials, the man was born at home in the city of Bangalore on January 6th 1835, and is recorded to have lived in Varanasi since 1903. ” The information about the purported 179-year-old man actually originated with a fictitious story published by World News Daily Report on 28 February 2014.
But there was something in the eyes, and sometimes the hands, even the carriage of bones—a softness that made me wonder.
The more I gazed upon the photographs, the more I noticed something else.
The breast is made up mainly of lobules (glands that can produce milk if the right hormones are present), ducts (tiny tubes that carry the milk from the lobules to the nipple), and stroma (fatty tissue and connective tissue surrounding the ducts and lobules, blood vessels, and lymphatic vessels).The two men from Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein are set to go before a court next week for multiple charges of severe sexual abuse of a small child.The 28-year-old father and his 47-year-old acquaintance are also accused of having filmed part of the abuse and broadcast it live through online chat sessions.He worked as a cobbler in the city until 1957, when he retired at the already venerable age of 122. Look at the statistics, nobody dies past 150, even less at 170. That site’s stock in trade the posting of fake news articles, and a disclaimer on the site states that all “news articles contained within are fiction, and presumably fake news.” OKay, this story about the 179-year-old man in India is fake, but is it possible?“I have been alive so long, that my great grand-children have been dead for years” explains Mr Murasi.