Devendra Suthar (India) was born with a condition called polydactylism which means he was born with more fingers or toes than the average person – but with 28 digits, Devendra has more than anyone else in the world.
His astonishing record was verified by a doctor in Himatnagar, Gujarat, India last year.
A carpenter, Devendra says that the extra four fingers don’t affect his work, though he has to be particularly careful when cutting.
He also wears specially made shoes so that the seven toes on each foot are comfortable.
Devendra’s extraordinary record appears alongside hundreds of the most awe-inspiring human bodies in the Guinness World Records 2016 book: out now