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Isabela’s largest gathering of people as scarecrows makes it to Guinness

By: - Reporter / @CMarquezINQ
/ 11:23 PM January 25, 2019

Photo By Erwin Aguilion/Radyo Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines — The Provincial Government of Isabela has been recognized by the Guinness World of Records for organizing the largest gathering of people dressed as scarecrows.

Isabela’s Governor Faustino “Bojie” Dy and Vice Governor Tonypet Albano received the certificate given by the adjudicator from Guinness on Friday.

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According to adjudicator from Guinness, 2,495 people dressed as scarecrows performed a dance during the Bambanti Festival Isabela.

Photo By Erwin Aguilion/Radyo Inquirer

Photo By Erwin Aguilion/Radyo Inquirer

This was higher than the expected record of 250 people dressed as scarecrows dancing simultaneously for five minutes.

Albano shared the proof of the certificate’s acceptance on his official Facebook page.

Isabela is in the Guinness book of world records: “Largest gathering of people dressed as scarecrow!” Congratulations to…

Posted by Tonypet Albano on Friday, January 25, 2019

“Isabela is in the Guinness book of world records: “Largest gathering of people dressed as scarecrow!” Congratulations to all of our participants in Isabela’s Bambanti Festival,” Albano wrote. With reports from Erwin Aguilon/Radyo Inquirer

Photo By Erwin Aguilion/Radyo Inquirer

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