Master Nau, el hombre que reclama ser el más pequeño del mundo

A sus 73 años, Nau vive con su hermano menor en el pueblo de Bhairahawa, a 350 kilómetros de Katmandú. Él mide unos 40 centímetros, superando ampliamente a su rival taiwanés por 28 cm.

In this photograph taken on September 17, 2013, Master Nau, a 73-year-old Nepali, who claims to be the world's shortest man in the Guinness World Records' immovable category, sits on top of a table as as he is measured in Kathmandu. Nau, who lives with his younger brother's family in Bhairahawa, 350 kilometres (217 miles) southwest of Kathmandu, is 16 inches tall while his rival, a Taiwanese man, stands 27 inches. Officials of Guinness World Records have said the man could qualify for the record, according to Thaneshwar Guragain, who is supporting Nau's claim and corresponding with the organisation. AFP PHOTO/ Prakash MATHEMA (PRAKASH MATHEMA/AFP)



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