Mumbai. A Mumbai boy named Shwetank Jain broke Usain Bolt’s record by mistake while going from his home to the nearest Liquor store.
He clocked 100 meters in 9.55 seconds and registered the record under his name. Shwetank, a liquor connoisseur, was waiting for the lockdown relaxations on the liquor stores, and as soon as that happened, there was no holding Shwetank back.
Long queues were seen outside liquor outlets in Mumbai and Pune on Monday, a day after the state government said shops of non-essential items, including liquor, will be allowed. Some queues were so long that the person buying liquor was standing just outside the door of his house.
There are reports coming in that many Indians have broken the 200 meters, 400 meters, and other sprint records while going from their homes to the liquor stores. These people will be called by the government and trained by the SAI to prepare them for next year’s Olympics.
Tipplers queued up outside liquor shops in Dahisar, Matunga, Santacruz, Malwani, Kandivali and other places since early hours of Monday