WALTER Breuning, the worlds oldest man and second-oldest person, died Thursday. He was 114. Breuning died of natural causes in a Montana hospital, a spokesman of the Rainbow Senior Living retirement home where he lived. Breuning had been in hospital since the beginning of the month with an undisclosed illness. Breuning was 26 days younger than Besse Cooper of Georgia, USA, whom the Gerontology Research Group in Los Angeles lists as the worlds oldest person at 114. In an interview last autumn, Breuning attributed his longevity to eating just two meals a day, working as long as he could and always embracing change - especially death. Telegraph