Nutella is a very popular snack, and one French couple liked it so much they thought “Nutella” would be a pretty name for a baby girl. A judge disagreed, however, and said this week that it was not acceptable to name a baby after a delicious chocolate hazelnut spread.
According to The Local, a couple from Northern France attempted to name their baby girl Nutella, but the judge said the child “risked being mocked” and that Nutella was not an appropriate name for a little girl. Instead, he decreed that her name would be changed to Ella.
A completely different couple, also in the northern part of France, faced a similar conundrum when they tried to name their daughter Fraise, or “Strawberry.” Another judge also said that being named after a strawberry would cause potential teasing, so he changed that baby’s name to “Fraisine,” which is an old French name.