Anorak News | Russian Parents Name Son BOCh RVF 26062002

Russian Parents Name Son BOCh RVF 26062002

by | 28th, March 2010

MEET Moscow baby BOCh RVF 26062002, a name that translates into the Russian acronym for Biological Human Object of the Voronin-Frolov Genus (DoB) June 6, 2002.

The lad is 6 and is only now haveng his name registered. But the name has been denied by the authorities. Tatyana Ushakova of the local naming agency:

“This case has been reviewed by several judicial agencies; however, the parents have been denied the right to register the child with that name. This was done to protect the interests of the boy. His parents need to think about the boy and how he can live with a name like that and not think about their own ambitions.”

Think. Think about the name tags on his school socks and his name being shortened to Boch. Although, his getting fake ID will be useless given that his birthday makes up part of his name. Look out for Gordon Brown’s Labour Party championing the policy of including DoB, social security number and DNA code in all names. It’s one for the future.

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