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Pics shows: The kebab descending; A restaurant chain is claiming a world record after apparently launching the first kebab into space. The Ayverdi's kebab shop and takeaway chain in Switzerland says it sent a flatbread kebab almost 40 kilometres (25 miles) into the sky. The eatery chain, run by brothers Hueseyin, Murti and Ali Ayverdi, staged the spoof stunt to mark the opening of a new restaurant in the Swiss capital city of Bern. And they have shared a video which they jokingly claim shows a kebab being flown by balloon to an altitude of 37,795 metres (123,999 feet). Huseyn Ayverdi said: "The structure (of the kebab) reminds us of a rocket and through a mutual brainstorming we came up with this idea." He added that this was not the last trick in the brothers' book and said they were planning on attempting to break many more kebab-related records in the near future. Ali Ayverdi revealed that it took three attempts to launch the kebab from Weiningen, Zurich, with a balloon. The brothers believe that it is a world record altitude for a kebab and are contacting the Guinness Book of World Records for verification. "We have studied long and intensively and we believe we had the first doner kebab in the stratosphere," added Mr Ayverdi. The brothers insisted the kebab's journey into space was recorded by a camera attached to the balloon which it took several hours to find it once it had returned to earth, in southern Germany. Murti Ayverdi said: "The kebab got caught in a high tree during the fall and therefore the GPS-signal was unfortunately not precise." The brothers claim the fact that the kebab looked identical throughout its journey to space and back was down to it being sprayed with a secret ingredient to make it more firm, and then the kebab freezing at high altitude. However, viewers who have been watching the clip on video-sharing platforms were clearly suspicious, such as netizen 'Gagi Tanackovic' who commented: "Hahaahahahah bruda - what a good mo
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Pics shows: The kebab floating in the stratosphere; A restaurant chain is claiming a world record after apparently launching the first kebab into space. The Ayverdi's kebab shop and takeaway chain in Switzerland says it sent a flatbread kebab almost 40 kilometres (25 miles) into the sky. The eatery chain, run by brothers Hueseyin, Murti and Ali Ayverdi, staged the spoof stunt to mark the opening of a new restaurant in the Swiss capital city of Bern. And they have shared a video which they jokingly claim shows a kebab being flown by balloon to an altitude of 37,795 metres (123,999 feet). Huseyn Ayverdi said: "The structure (of the kebab) reminds us of a rocket and through a mutual brainstorming we came up with this idea." He added that this was not the last trick in the brothers' book and said they were planning on attempting to break many more kebab-related records in the near future. Ali Ayverdi revealed that it took three attempts to launch the kebab from Weiningen, Zurich, with a balloon. The brothers believe that it is a world record altitude for a kebab and are contacting the Guinness Book of World Records for verification. "We have studied long and intensively and we believe we had the first doner kebab in the stratosphere," added Mr Ayverdi. The brothers insisted the kebab's journey into space was recorded by a camera attached to the balloon which it took several hours to find it once it had returned to earth, in southern Germany. Murti Ayverdi said: "The kebab got caught in a high tree during the fall and therefore the GPS-signal was unfortunately not precise." The brothers claim the fact that the kebab looked identical throughout its journey to space and back was down to it being sprayed with a secret ingredient to make it more firm, and then the kebab freezing at high altitude. However, viewers who have been watching the clip on video-sharing platforms were clearly suspicious, such as netizen 'Gagi Tanackovic' who commented: "Hahaahahahah brud
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Pics shows: The kebab floating in the stratosphere; A restaurant chain is claiming a world record after apparently launching the first kebab into space. The Ayverdi's kebab shop and takeaway chain in Switzerland says it sent a flatbread kebab almost 40 kilometres (25 miles) into the sky. The eatery chain, run by brothers Hueseyin, Murti and Ali Ayverdi, staged the spoof stunt to mark the opening of a new restaurant in the Swiss capital city of Bern. And they have shared a video which they jokingly claim shows a kebab being flown by balloon to an altitude of 37,795 metres (123,999 feet). Huseyn Ayverdi said: "The structure (of the kebab) reminds us of a rocket and through a mutual brainstorming we came up with this idea." He added that this was not the last trick in the brothers' book and said they were planning on attempting to break many more kebab-related records in the near future. Ali Ayverdi revealed that it took three attempts to launch the kebab from Weiningen, Zurich, with a balloon. The brothers believe that it is a world record altitude for a kebab and are contacting the Guinness Book of World Records for verification. "We have studied long and intensively and we believe we had the first doner kebab in the stratosphere," added Mr Ayverdi. The brothers insisted the kebab's journey into space was recorded by a camera attached to the balloon which it took several hours to find it once it had returned to earth, in southern Germany. Murti Ayverdi said: "The kebab got caught in a high tree during the fall and therefore the GPS-signal was unfortunately not precise." The brothers claim the fact that the kebab looked identical throughout its journey to space and back was down to it being sprayed with a secret ingredient to make it more firm, and then the kebab freezing at high altitude. However, viewers who have been watching the clip on video-sharing platforms were clearly suspicious, such as netizen 'Gagi Tanackovic' who commented: "Hahaahahahah brud
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Pics shows: The kebab floating in the stratosphere; A restaurant chain is claiming a world record after apparently launching the first kebab into space. The Ayverdi's kebab shop and takeaway chain in Switzerland says it sent a flatbread kebab almost 40 kilometres (25 miles) into the sky. The eatery chain, run by brothers Hueseyin, Murti and Ali Ayverdi, staged the spoof stunt to mark the opening of a new restaurant in the Swiss capital city of Bern. And they have shared a video which they jokingly claim shows a kebab being flown by balloon to an altitude of 37,795 metres (123,999 feet). Huseyn Ayverdi said: "The structure (of the kebab) reminds us of a rocket and through a mutual brainstorming we came up with this idea." He added that this was not the last trick in the brothers' book and said they were planning on attempting to break many more kebab-related records in the near future. Ali Ayverdi revealed that it took three attempts to launch the kebab from Weiningen, Zurich, with a balloon. The brothers believe that it is a world record altitude for a kebab and are contacting the Guinness Book of World Records for verification. "We have studied long and intensively and we believe we had the first doner kebab in the stratosphere," added Mr Ayverdi. The brothers insisted the kebab's journey into space was recorded by a camera attached to the balloon which it took several hours to find it once it had returned to earth, in southern Germany. Murti Ayverdi said: "The kebab got caught in a high tree during the fall and therefore the GPS-signal was unfortunately not precise." The brothers claim the fact that the kebab looked identical throughout its journey to space and back was down to it being sprayed with a secret ingredient to make it more firm, and then the kebab freezing at high altitude. However, viewers who have been watching the clip on video-sharing platforms were clearly suspicious, such as netizen 'Gagi Tanackovic' who commented: "Hahaahahahah brud
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