A QUICK-FINGERED Pontefract man has scooped a Guinness World Record for his computer wizardry.
Super-speedy Rob Toole smashed through his computer-based task by closing 20 computer windows in just 7.03 seconds.
Mr Toole, of Ashbourne Drive, said he was ‘over the moon’ with the accolade.
He said: “I’m delighted to say that I am an official world record holder. There aren’t many people who can say they have a Guinness World Record so its definitely something that will impress my friends.”
The competition was part of the Cadbury Spots vs Stripes Race Season in celebration of the 2012 Olympics.
The confectionery giant – the official treat provider for the games – devised a series of fun challenges to set new world records in a wide range of quirky categories, including fastest tea-maker, fastest doodler and fastest coin stacker.