Filipino Man Has Largest Collection of Fast-Food TOYS

Filipino Man Has Largest Collection of Fast-Food TOYS

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A man from the Philippines holds the Guinness World Record for the largest collection of fast-food toys.

According to news agency United Press International, his collection has now doubled to 20,000 toys.

Percival Lugue of the town of Apalit received the Guinness World Record in 2014.

That time, his collection of kids’ meal toys from eateries, including McDonald’s, Burger King and Jollibee, tallied at 10,000 items.

Lugue said his collection has grown in the ensuing years and he has now doubled his record with 20,000 toys.

Lugue said his eventual goal is to use his collection to open a museum for fast-food toys.

Meanwhile, a man from Tennessee, United States has broken a Guinness World Record for his collection of Funko Pop! figures.

According to various news reports online, he has a total stock of 7,095 different toys.

David Mebane said he proved his accomplishment to the Guinness with a 17-hour video showcasing each figurine.

“In Funko world, it’s more than a game, it’s a hunt,” Mebane told reporters in a recent interview.

He said he goes out every Saturday to look for his Pops, noting that if he misses a day, it won’t be there the next.

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