Danish archer shoots 7 arrows through keyhole for world record

A professional archer from Denmark broke a Guinness World Record by shooting seven arrows in a row through a tiny keyhole.

Lars Anderson, who posts his archery stunts to his YouTube page, took on the Guinness World Record for most consecutive arrows shot in a row through a keyhole in Lyngby.

Anderson successfully shot the arrows through a keyhole that Guinness mandated could be no more than 10 millimeters — about .39 inch — wide.

Anderson said he used arrows without feathers for the attempt because feathers would have become caught in the hole.