The world’s tallest woman has died at the age of 27
Cairo: The world’s tallest Egyptian woman Huda Abdel Jawad, who had been ill for some time, died at a local hospital.
According to the international news, the world’s tallest Egyptian woman Huda Abdul Jawad has passed away in Al-Sharqiya province. The 27-year-old tall woman had been suffering from kidney disease for many years.
Huda Abdul Jawad was undergoing dialysis at a local hospital. His doctors said that tall people suffer from kidney diseases and those who have a record of being tall often die due to kidney failure.
Huda Abdul Jawad had three Guinness Book of World Records records, including the longest arm, big toe and long arm. The length of the hand was 24.3 cm, the length of the foot was 33.1 cm while the arm was 236.3 cm long.
Muhammad Abdul Jawad, the 33-year-old brother of Huda Abdul Jawad, also holds the record for having the longest arm and broadest arm among men. Their arms are 250.3 cm wide and their hands are 31.3 cm wide.