Latino Named World’s Oldest Living Man at 112

According to the Huffington Post, Guinness World Records confirmed Sanchez-Blazquez to be the world’s oldest man by using census reports, immigration papers, marriage records and news reports.

So how has Sanchez-Blazquez built his longevity? He credits his long life to eating a banana a day and taking a daily Anacin, which is used to treat headaches, arthritis, backache and fever. Sanchez-Blazquez also has plenty of hobbies, which include gardening, crossword puzzles and – you’re going to love this – nightly games of gin rummy with his buddies.