Thu Mar 5, 2015 11:06AM
The file photo shows the three-kilometer long uninterrupted line of tacos.
The file photo shows the three-kilometer long uninterrupted line of tacos.
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Chefs in Guadalajara, Mexico, have succeeded in constructing a three-kilometer-long uninterrupted line of tacos.

More than 130 people have spent six hours building the long taco line using 1.1 tons of tortilla bread in a world record attempt.

The chefs say it was an honor to be part of the challenge, which used customary ingredients from the south-eastern part of Mexico.

All supporting documentation will be sent off to Guinness World Records to be verified. Aside from the world record judgment, members of the public were able to enjoy the tacos for free once the line was completed.

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