The world’s oldest man has died at 127. He didn’t have the official record, but Jose Paulino Gomes passed away in Brazil on Friday. According to his 1917 marriage certificate from Pedra Bonita’s registry office, Gomes was born on Aug. 4, 1895. That makes him a survivor of both World Wars and three global pandemics. There’s still confusion over the man’s age and it isn’t known if Guinness will verify or even check out the possible record. Gomes was an animal tamer in his younger days and still rode horses up until four years ago. As for how he got to be over 100? His family says he lived a simple life and drank daily. He leaves behind seven children, 25 grandchildren, 42 great-grandchildren and 11 great-great-grandchildren.