English family recovered from the officials of their right to name his son Lucifer

The inhabitants of the County of Derbyshire in England decided to name his son Lucifer, but for the right to register a child with the same name is Dan and Mandy Sheldon had to fight.

English family recovered from the officials of their right to name his son Lucifer

When the pair arrived with the boy at the check in Chesterfield, civil servant looked at the couple with disgust and tried to convince them that with that name the kid anything in life will not achieve.

English family recovered from the officials of their right to name his son Lucifer

The woman insisted that no one will take Lucifer to work, to teach him also nobody wants. In turn, the British explained that they are not religious, and chose the name not because of an established Association with Satan.

English family recovered from the officials of their right to name his son LuciferParents were forced to leave the premises, the clerk at this time checked whether it has the right to register such names.

English family recovered from the officials of their right to name his son Lucifer

But according to the laws of the country, the choice of name for a child is the prerogative of the mom and dad. From the point of view of the law there are no obstacles, so the woman had to enroll a child Lucifer in spite of their dissatisfaction.

Keywords: England | The baby's name | Satan

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