CHINO HILLS, CA - Shortly after Christ Church of the Hills' evening service concluded Sunday, local man Brent Everly was spotted stacking the church's chairs on the side of the multi-purpose room as if he were a world champion at popular arcade puzzle game Tetris, witnesses reported Monday.
"Look at him go!" onlookers said in amazement, Everly's lightning-quick reflexes and strategic instincts taking over as he grabbed chairs and stacked them evenly across the side of the room with incredible precision. "This guy's a master."
Witnesses held their breath as Everly seemed to have forgotten to utilize a tall gap in the middle of the wall, but it was all apparently a part of his master plan, as he grabbed the large folding table that had been used for the Lord's Supper and slammed it straight down in the middle to complete the majestic creation stretched across the side of the church interior.
Wild applause reportedly broke out as Everly smashed his previous record of two minutes, fifty-four seconds, setting a new high score of one minute, forty-nine seconds and 152,000 points.