An Italian couple has been told that they cannot name their son "Friday," after Robinson Crusoe's manservant.
The judges also ordered the boy to be renamed Gregorio, named after the saint's day on which he was born.
The boy's parents, known only as Mara O and Roberto G, had said they should be free to name him as they pleased, and said they would continue to call the boy Friday, describing it as "nice".
They even threatened to call their next child Mercoledi (Wednesday). [Link]