The world’s tallest man, Sultan Kosen, has made his first visit to Australia, proving to a group of schoolkids that giants really do exist. “I really love Australia,” Mr Kosen said during a visit to Amity College in south-west Sydney. The 31-year-old farmer from the city of Mardin in south-eastern Turkey stands at a whopping 2.51 metres (8 feet, 3 inches). Guinness World Records crowned him the world’s tallest man in 2009. More . . .
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