112-yr-old from Spain becomes world's oldest living man, has 22 great-grandchildren

 

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Spain’s Saturnino de la Fuente García became the most beloved person breathing (male) at the unbelievable age of 112 years and 211 days toward 10th September 2021. 

According to Guinness World Records, Saturnino seemed born in Puente Castro (a neighborhood of León, in the northwest of Spain) on 11 February 1909, although he ever chose to celebrate his birthday a little earlier, on 8 February. When questioned about the mystery of his longevity, the 112-year-old said he told it's all of 'a quiet life'.

Saturnino, who is at 4.92-feet-tall, tells his short length was the cause he could withdraw from fighting in the Spanish Civil war that started in 1936. At the point time of the battle, he lived a quiet life with his wife and extended his life-long job as a shoemaker.

The 112-year-old is also a passionate football fan and has performed the game for years and even co-founded a neighborhood team, Puente Castro. As for the big clubs, he has been a champion of the club Cultural Leonesa. Two years ago, he was honored by Puente Castro as the oldest living person of the club.

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