A group of Adelaide eastern suburbs private school mums have set a new world record for the amount of BMW and Mercedes Benz four-wheel drives to turn a corner in the space of 30 minutes.
Between 3:30 pm and 4:00 pm on Monday afternoon, 522 luxury four-wheel drives were recorded turning from Portrush Road into the street of the private college — breaking a record previously set by Adolf Hitler during World War Two.
When Nazi Germany invaded Poland in 1939, Hitler led 488 BMW and Mercedes Benz vehicles around the corner of the high street of Warsaw, the Polish capital, in the space of 30 minutes.
Private school Mum, Tiff, 42, was one of the mothers to be made part of history.
“Honey, I had no idea what we’d achieved until yesterday when the school sent an email congratulating the entire cohort,” she said.
“At the time I was trying to juggle torched salmon avocado sushi rolls in one hand and Boost juices in the other — while on the phone to Witchery to see if the new season chokers had arrived.”
The school principal, Mrs Hampshire, was absolutely thrilled at the parents’ record-breaking feat.
“It’s wonderful to see not only the students, but also their parents aiming high,” she said.
“To think they’ve set a new world record previously held by the world’s most infamous dictator — shows what fabulous role models they all are.”
The mums will celebrate their achievement this weekend by getting wild at a local winery, presumably Bird in Hand, Shaw and Smith or Penfolds.
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