A Nevada woman used her thighs to crush a Guinness World Record over the weekend to celebrate a special occasion.

Kortney Olson, owner of GRRRL Clothing athletic wear line, said she felt a celebration was in order to celebrate a new store in Las Vegas for her brand.

"I just decided in correlation with our store opening because it's a community space and we really want to start utilizing the space to teach things, to share this watermelon-crushing story with younger girls," Olson told the Eureka Times-Standard.

 

Olson placed the watermelons between her thighs in 7.5 seconds, beating Ukrainian bodybuilder Olga Liashchuk's record of 14.65 seconds in nearly half the time.

Her time also beat the male record of 10.88 seconds by the Iranian athlete by the name of Rohollah Doshmanziari.

Olson said she is preparing a watermelon-crushing class as well as an event for National Watermelon Day, because why not celebrate something by crushing it with your legs?

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