10-year-old from Gloucestershire breaks record and recites Pi to 258 decimal places

The youngster broke his current record and recited the number to 258 decimal places. Credit: Good Morning Britain

A 10-year-old boy from Gloucestershire who is believed to be the youngest Briton to recite Pi to 220 decimal places has broken his own record.

Charley Thomas from Stonehouse appeared on ITV's Good Morning Britain and beat his current record by recounting the mathematical figure to 258 decimal places.

Piers Morgan was left stunned by the youngster's performance on the show, nicknaming him "Little Einstein".

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Charley is believed to be the youngest Brit ever to recite Pi to more than 200 decimal places.