When Brasil and Colombia clash in this weekends quarter finals they are set to create a new and unique world record.
While fans of the two South American teams will have their eyes on Neymar, James and the brilliantly named Hulk, representatives from the Guinness World Records committee will be carefully surveying the grandstands, giving their full attention to the Ana’s, Isabella’s, Maria’s and Sophia’s.
The highly anticipated clash between host nation Brasil and the feel good team of the tournament, Colombia, is predicted to record the highest number of incredibly attractive women at a sporting event.
With a capacity of 67,000, officials at the Fortaleza stadium are bracing for a hotness scale previously unrecorded in human history. It is estimated that around half of those in attendance will be female and of them, anywhere from 50 – 95% could be regarded as stunners.
A purpose built ‘hotness meter’ has been installed at the stadium, it draws on technology used by Australian emergency services during bushfire season, in which some of the hottest and most intense fires in the world are recorded.
Previous attempts at the world record have included the a 2011 Copa America group match between Brasil and Venezuela and a 2013 India – West Indies test match at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata, India.
In Australia, Collingwood president Eddie McGuire has jumped aboard the bandwagon and is promoting his team’s round 19 game against Port Adelaide at the MCG as an opportunity to beat the world record, however even blind people expect that to fail.
The Guinness World Records committee has been inundated with applications for the position of record keeper ever since Colombia’s victory over Uruguay earlier in the week. However, due to the high level of attention to detail which Guinness record keepers must maintain, 98% of the applications, which included many pictures of erect penises, men posing in gymnasiums and selfies in bathrooms, the records committee decided to employ exclusively from former Beauty and the Geek contestants and Star Trek fan clubs.