After Baby India, it is Baby Google's time to grab the media world's attention.
While 'Google' - the baby, was born in November 2018, the bizarre name choice of the Indonesian parents Ella Karin and Andi Cahya Saputra caught media attention recently when the parents revealed that the boy has no surname and hoping that their son would be just as useful as the search engine.
Talking to local media in south-western Indonesia's West Java Province, Saputra said that he thought about naming their son inspired by technology when his wife was seven months pregnant. He also revealed that he had considered names such as "Windows, iPhone, Microsoft and iOS" among others, as well as the more traditional Albar Dirgantara Putra, as per Indonesian news reports.
Revealing the reason of 'Google' not having a surname, Saputra has reportedly said that a surname would dilute "the essence" of the name adding that his wife and his family was not initially on board with the baby's name.
Here's baby Google's birth certificate, displayed by his mother:
Google is the couple's second child. The first child's name remains a mystery to us.
Earlier on June 26, the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office (FSCO), in Georgia, US released a video of a baby who was found alive in a plastic bag in the woods earlier this month. The newborn girl who is temporarily called 'Baby India' was abandoned in the woods and was found by the cops struggling inside a plastic grocery bag.
The baby who was found on June 6 in Cumming, about 64 kilometres from Atlanta is believed to have been just hours old when she was discovered. As per media reports, residents in a nearby home stumbled upon Baby India when they checked out the noise of a baby crying coming from the secluded area. The child is now reported to be safe and is in the care of the Georgia Department of Family and Children Services.
Meanwhile, netizens have found the bizarre name - Google unbelievable and some found it hilarious: