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Topic - Craig Glenday
A 72-year-old Nepalese man who is about the size of a toddler became on Sunday the world's shortest person ever recorded.
A poor Filipino blacksmith's son who stands less than 2 feet tall was declared the world's shortest man by Guinness World Records on his 18th birthday Sunday, sparking a celebration in his hometown.
He said he has no desire to get married or have a family of his own, but he would like to meet the prime minister of
"Although he's short, he takes that in stride," Glenday told The Associated Press. "He has this cheeky smile."