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Kevin De Bruyne breaks world record for long-distance urination

Passes water into small plastic cup 55 metres away during 7-2 win over Stoke.

By Jonny Abrams

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Man City's Kevin De Bruyne can pass water further than anyone
DE BRILLIANT: De Bruyne (Image: Brad Tutterow)

Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has broken the world record for long-distance urination after passing water into a small plastic cup 55 metres away during the 7-2 win over Stoke.

The Belgian wowed onlookers when he laid the ball off to David Silva, span around and curled an exquisite 180-foot stream high into the stands at the Etihad.

While not immediately apparent to all, subsequent replays showed De Bruyne’s piss landing immaculately inside one supporter’s empty cup of Bovril.

The fan said: “It’s the awareness to know I’d just finished my Bovril that’s most impressive for me.

“That he filled it perfectly to the brim without spilling a drop, that’s just the standard we’ve come to expect from him.

“Needless to say, I’ve frozen the pee and intend to eBay it.”