Spooning record set by med students

For the uninitiated and/or lonely, spooning is a form of affection where one person wraps their arms around the other from behind while lying on their sides so their bodies fit together like spoons.

A total of 1108 medical students representing all of Australia’s medical schools – along with a contingent from New Zealand – took part in the record attempt. They succeeded in more than doubling the previous record set by 529 US students in 2010.