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MOSCOW, December 10. /TASS/. A Georgian athlete who holds the Guinness World Record for blowing hot water bottles with his nose has been detained in Moscow on suspicion of theft, a police spokesman told TASS on Thursday.
A 28-year old Muscovite on Wednesday reported to police that an expensive watch and one million rubles (over $14,000) had been stolen from his apartment, the spokesman said adding that three suspects were detained later.
"One of them presented a fake ID but was later identified. This man is Dzhemal Tkeshelashvili, a judo wrestler and holder of the Guinness World Record for blowing hot water bottles with his nose," he said.
Tkeshelashvili set his record in 2009 when he burst three hot water bottles with the nose in one minute, and then blew up a hot water bottle with a 120-kg man sitting on it.