October 20, 2013 9:37 pm -

They did it to set a new world record to raise money for charity.

According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the group was on fire for 32 seconds.

A representative from Guinness World Records was on hand to certify the results.

“Oh, it was amazing, like the energy of the crowd was great,” Beth Hayden, one of the participants told WKYC-TV. “It felt really, really good. It was really great to be here with new friends, old friends all on fire together.”

Proceeds from the event go to the Cleveland Food Bank and Brick by Brick Organization,which is run by a Cleveland minister and burner, Mark Simone.