A DAD has reportedly incurred the wrath of his in-laws after giving his son what must be a statistically unique name.
Samet Wahyudi, 38, from Central Java, Indonesia agreed to marry his fiancé on condition their child was named Statistical Information Communication Office where he has worked for the past 18 years.
And so, at five months old Mr Wahyudi's son was named after his beloved workplace in the civil service — and the dad claims he has Statistical’s birth certificate to prove it.
Indonesian media reported the dad made it clear to his fiancé Linda before they got married if they had a son he should have this name.
She agreed but her parents objected, although now they have reportedly backed down.
Mr Wahyudi told reporters that he got a job as a civil servant in the city of Brebes in 2003 and his office has become like a second home for him, so he wanted it “connected to his son somehow”.
But since the name Statistical Information Communication Office is a bit of a mouthful, the parents have decided to nickname him Dinko.
Lately, giving your child outlandish names has become a minor trend.
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As reported, a dad has reportedly given his son a very unique name inspired by his love for crossword puzzles.
The Indonesian family named their 12-year-old son ABCDEF GHIJK Zuzu to medics disbelief after he revealed his ID to get his Covid-19 vaccine.
Officials were stumped by his unusual name when he had to show it when he went for his vaccine appointment in the island of Sumatra, local reports say.
Images of the boy’s paperwork and a name tag embroidered on his clothes show his name as ABCDEF GHIJK Zuzu.
t comes as a Belgian family reportedly named their 11 children using a variation of the same four letters.
Gwenny Blanckaert and Marino Vaneeno’s kids all share names that only have the letters A, E, L and X in them.
The family of seven girls and four boys is also expecting baby number 12 — a boy — in April next year.
Their eldest, 13, is called Alex and then there's Axel, 12, Xela, 11, Lexa, 10, Xael, 9, Xeal, 8, Exla , 5, Leax , 4, Xale , 2, Elax, 1, and six-month-old Alxe.
In 2019, Gwenny and Marino said they planned to have more kids after giving birth to their ninth, who they named Xale, according to HLN.
Explaining why they chose such a unique way of naming their brood, Gwenny said: "We named our oldest son after Marino's stepfather because we thought it was a beautiful name.
"The name of our second son became Axel and after that, we started puzzling."
She later added: "We realized that they were the same letters, so we decided to continue like this."
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