A person by name Roy Lomas whistled at the BBC studio in Manchester. And he did it very loudly. The equipment registered the level of 122.5 dB (to compare let us mention that the sound of the air hammer is 110 dB and the car siren is only 100 dB). Here you cannot help believing in old Russian fairy tales about Solovey the Brigand, whose whistle swiped off horsemen from the saddle. Lomas got very close to the pain limit of 130 dB.
In 1983, the record of whistle loudness was set