Record numbers pucker up for Guinness World Record at Glastonbury

Thousands join 'Big Kiss' for Madness set

Madness pulled in a romantic crowd when they performed their first Glastonbury set for 21 years on Sunday (June 24).

Frontman Suggs invited thousands of people to spread their love for ‘The Big Kiss’ which aimed to gather together the world’s biggest kiss.

Organisers of the Guinness World Record attempt which took place in the Lost Vagueness field at Glastonbury, estimate that more than thirteen thousand people braved the knee high mud and puckered up for the snog which took place on Sunday morning at 1.30AM.

Final statistics, statements and film and photographic evidence of the kiss will be submitted to Guinness World Records later this week.

Initial estimates put numbers of revellers present in Lost Vagueness at more than 25,000.