Pakistani woman surprises everyone by donating 6 feet 3 inches of hair
There are many people around the world who are self-exemplifying in generosity, but Zahab Kamal Khan, a Pakistani-born woman from Virginia, has set a unique world record.
The 30-year-old Pakistani woman with the longest hair in Virginia cut her hair after 17 years and donated 6 feet 3 inches of hair and entered her name in the Guinness Book of World Records.
The video of the woman's haircut is going viral on social media in which she can be seen first in long and then in short hair.
According to foreign reports, Pakistan's professional squash player Zahab Kamal Khan said that her father had advised him at the age of 13 to stop cutting her hair and try to set a world record.
According to Zahab Kamal, he spoke to the Guinness World Records administration before donating hair because no other person had donated so much hair before.
Later, Zahab Kamal Khan donated a 6-foot-3 hair loss to a charity for wigs for children affected by hair loss.
Zahab said that she was excited to see herself in short hair but she will always remember her hair now.
WORLD RECORD | A 30-year-old Pakistani professional #squash player Zahab Kamal got her first haircut since age 13 and set a #GuinnessWorldRecord by donating 6 feet, 3 inches of hair, most hair donated to a charity by an individual.#TOKAlert pic.twitter.com/o8rS7D8doe— The Times of Karachi (@TOKCityOfLights) August 27, 2021