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Russian snatches world's strongest 'intimate muscles' crown

As well as having 14kg glass balls

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NSFW A 42-year-old Russian woman has snatched the world's strongest vagina crown after using her "intimate muscles" to lift a 14kg glass ball.

Tatiata Kozhevnikova has apparently been training her privates for 15 years in order to support improbable weights. She explained to Life.ru: “After I had a child, my intimate muscles got unbelievably weak. I read books on Dao and learned that ancient women used to deal with this problem using wooden balls.

“I looked around, saw a Murano* glass ball and inserted it in my vagina. You insert one of the balls in your vagina, and it has a string attached to it with a little hook at the very end. You fix a second ball onto this hook.”

Kozhevnikova added for the benefit of fellow females hoping to improve their grip: "It’s enough to exercise your vagina five minutes a day, ladies, and in just one week you’ll be able to give yourself and your man unforgettable pleasure in bed.”

If your nerves can stand it, here's some footage of Kozhevnikova dangling her balls:

Impressive stuff. Kozhevnikova says she already holds the Guinness World Record for the strongest vagina. We reckon the conversation went something like this: "Hi, I'm Tatiana and I'd like to claim the world's strongest vagina record." Guinness bloke: "OK, love, we'll send a team round to look into it." ®

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*Yup, not just any old glass ball, but one from the Venetian island of Murano - famed for such products. This lady's got class, and no messing.

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