Ghanaian Chef Arrested for Fraud in Alleged Guinness World Records Cook-A-Thon; See Details

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Ghanaian Chef Arrested for Fraud in Alleged Guinness World Records Cook-A-Thon; See Details 

Ebenezer Smith, a Ghanaian chef who claimed to have set a new Guinness World Record for the Longest Cooking Marathon, has been arrested on charges of fraud.

Smith made headlines when he announced that he had cooked continuously for 802 hours, equivalent to 33 days. To support his claim, he presented a plaque which he asserted was issued by Guinness World Records. However, discrepancies emerged regarding the authenticity of his record and the plaque.

Further investigations revealed that Smith’s arrest was connected to contractual disputes with his sponsors. These issues raised questions about the legitimacy of his purported achievement and the agreements he had with those who supported his attempt.

 

Authorities are now delving into the details of these contracts to understand the nature of the fraud allegations against Smith. The case has attracted significant attention, highlighting the need for transparency and verification in claims of extraordinary accomplishments.


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