State in Mexico bans certain names for children

State in Mexico bans certain names for children

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Residents in one state in Mexico are going to have to get a little less creative when naming their kids.

Officials in Sonora have banned parents from using 61 names for their kids including "Facebook", "Panties", and "Rambo."

Officials say it's an effort to protect children from being bullied.  All the names have been found at least once in state registries.

Other names that have been used include "Lady Di", "Martian", and "Circumcision."

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