A Poker Player Lost a Bet and Had to Let His Friends Rename Him

A New Zealand man lost his name in a drunken poker bet and was forced to take a much longer, much stupider one. New Zealand law allows up to 100 characters in a name, and the unlucky man's friends used 99 of them.

But with friends like these, Full Metal Havok More Sexy N Intelligent Than Spock And All The Superheroes Combined With Frostnova doesn't need enemies.

A Poker Player Lost a Bet and Had to Let His Friends Rename Him

The name change was registered in 2010, New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs officials said, but Frostnova, 22, didn't find out his new moniker was official until his passport expired this year. He'll also be required to use the name on his driver's license and other legal documents.

Full's new name is completely legal and meets all of Internal Affairs' criteria, a spokesman said, but New Zealand is notorious for rejecting strange baby names. In the past year alone, the country has shut down parents who wanted to call their children Majesty, King, Knight, Princess, Justice, Anal, V8, 89, Mafia No Fear, Lucifer, ., and *.

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