Mom banned from naming daughter Cyanide

By Around the Web

(BBC News) A mother has been banned from naming her baby Cyanide after the poison which Adolf Hitler took before shooting himself.

The woman, from Powys, also chose the name Preacher for the girl’s twin brother – saying she had a human right to name her own children.

She said Cyanide was a “lovely, pretty name” with positive connotations as it was taken by Hitler.

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