Philippine fast-food chain toy collector amasses record 20,000 items

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    Filipino graphic artist Percival Lugue has been saving toys from fast-food restaurants since the age of five. In 2014, his passion led him to become a Guinness World Record holder for the largest collection of fast-food restaurant toys, with about 10,000 items. Seven years later, the 50-year-old now has amassed some 20,000 toys, packed from floor to ceiling in his home in Pampanga, a province northwest of the capital Manila.

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