The oldest living man died peacefully Sunday morning in his home … at 113 years old.
Masazo Nonaka was born in 1905. To put this in context, it’s when Albert Einstein unveiled to the world his theory of relativity.
Speaking of relativity … Nonaka was relatively independent. He used a wheelchair to get around and enjoyed reading newspapers and venturing out to a nearby spring bath once a week. He also loved eating sweets at the end of a meal.
His granddaughter said, “We feel shocked at the loss of this big figure. He was, as usual yesterday and passed away without causing our family any fuss at all.”
Nonaka doesn’t hold the Guinness World Record of all time … the oldest living man was also from Japan and died in 2013 at 116 years old.
The oldest living woman was from France and died in 1997 at 122.
Brian Dunkleman — the former co-host of “American Idol” — is now making a living as an Uber driver.
Dunkleman is in the middle of a divorce with Kalea Dunkleman. He submitted financial docs — obtained by TMZ — disclosing his occupation as “Uber driver.” He says he started the job in March 2016 and continued to this day.
Brian says he works about 45 hours a week and pulls in around $ 800 a week.
Dunkleman says he has $ 2,000 in his checking account. He pays $ 1,500 in rent per month and his expenses total $ 1,605 each month.
Brian, who co-hosted with Ryan Seacrest in season 1, says his 5-year-old son, Jackson, lives with him half the week.
The divorce has been dragging on for more than 2 years and the former couple has been locked in a bitter custody battle. He claimed Kalea was an out-of-control alcoholic who was a danger to their son. Brian also claimed she physically abused him. She claimed Brian was physically abusive toward her and called her a “useless bitch.”