Similarly as New Zealand is managing losing the Cricket World Cup to England, it’s endured another blow: the nation never again has the “world’s steepest road”.

For a considerable length of time, Dunedin’s Baldwin Street gladly held that title, and was recorded in the Guinness Book of Records.

However, on Tuesday, the honor went to a little path in Wales.

On the impact points of the cricket misfortune, individuals couldn’t avoid kidding about the second thrashing to the UK inside days.

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it doesn’t mind the cricket, presently baldwin road isn’t the world’s steepest road any longer 😭 when it downpours it pours


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The case for Wales was brought by inhabitants in the town of Harlech, who subsequent to finding out about Baldwin Street’s honor chose to contact the Guinness Book of Records – which properly moved the title.

Campaigner Gwyn Headley stated: “I feel express alleviation – and celebration. I feel frustrated about the New Zealanders – yet more extreme is more extreme.”

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Individuals on Twitter had plenteous proposals for how Dunedin should manage the issue.


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