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Alcoholic and smoker woman survived 135 years!

Update : 27 Dec 2021, 17:09

According to Chinese officials, the world's oldest person is no more. The woman identified as Almihan Seyiti died last week. She was 135 years old at the time of her death. Her name did not appear in the Guinness Book of World Records. The Guinness World Record holder for the world's oldest woman died when she was 116 years old. After her, this record is held by Tanakar from Japan.

According to Chinese officials, Almihan Seyiti was born on June 25, 1886. At that time the King Dynasty was ruling in China. If the Chinese authorities' claim is believed, Almihan Seyiti will become the world's oldest woman. Until her death, she ate one kg of chocolate every week. Also, she continued to smoke and drink until her death. Unfortunately, neither her family nor the Chinese authorities could provide any evidence of her age.

Almihan Seyiti died on December 16 this year. She had beaten cancer twice in her life. Almihan was married when she was only 16 years old. According to The Sun, her husband died in 1986. Apart from her love for chocolate, Almihan loved singing. She also knew how to play many types of musical instruments. According to her family members, she could see and hear clearly at the time of her death. But she had little difficulty walking.

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