The World Oldest Male Twins, Pierre & Paul Langerock Turned 104-years-old – Guinness World Records
With respect to Guinness World Records, the currently world oldest male twins who hailed from Belgium, Pierre & Paul Langerock of Belgium turned to 104 on Saturday 8th of July, 2017.
The World Oldest Male Twins, Pierre & Paul Langerock who just turned to 104 have live the precious of their lives as a court magistrates. The duo are currently in a room at a nursing room located at outskirt of the Belgian city of Ghent and they are also unmarried throughout their lives. They are unmarried because
- “they always disapproved of each other’s potential partners”.
The current world oldest male twins, Pierre & Paul have less than 2 years before they can meet the world record for the oldest male twins ever.
Glen and Dale Moyer, of the United States currently hold the record of the oldest male twins ever in the world as honored by Guinness World Records where each were alive for at least 105 years before Glen Moyer died.
According to Guinness World Records, the overall world record for oldest twins ever is hold by sisters Kin Narita and Gin Kanie, of Japan, who each lived to be at least 107 before Kin died in the year 2000.UPDATED