Brit dad-of-two named world's shortest bus driver standing at just 4ft 5.6in

PINT-sized Frank Faeek Hachem has hit the height of being named the world’s shortest bus driver – standing at just 4ft 5.6in.

He features in the latest Guinness Book of World Records, released today.

Frank, 58, has achondroplasia – a common form of dwarfism – but the tiny motorist does not let it affect his work.

The Iraqi, who moved to the UK aged 20, only has to pull his seat forward and adjust the steering wheel while driving in Chichester, West Sussex.

Dad-of-two Frank, of Havant, Hants, first scooped the accolade in 2018 – and says he is inspired by dwarf actor Warwick Davis.

Frank said: “I enjoy my passengers, I enjoy my colleagues, my friends, all the people that are around me.

“Being a short person, of course you’ve got difficulties. But I am a fighter, I never give up, and I always make sure I get on with things. I always look at myself as just a normal human being.”

Frank, who is married with two daughters, added: “My family are very excited for what I’ve done, they feel so proud of me.

“My two daughters are my joy and pride, and I’ve done this for them and the whole family.

“The two people who have inspired me are Warwick Davis and Stephen Hawking.

"Stephen Hawking gave so much to this world, and Warwick Davis is still giving so much back to the community.”

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