This is a bizarre french case, with a very sensible ruling, preventing a baby being from being called "Nutella".
Why would parents want to name their child after chocolate spread - regardless of whether it's their favourite topping on toast?!
A French court has ruled that a baby cannot be named Nutella because it is against the child's interest. French newspaper La Voix Dunord revealed a judge in the city of Valencienne renamed the child Ella after the parents failed to turn up to a court date in November. The court's decision noted that Nutella was the trade name of a spread. "A name like that can only lead to teasing or disparaging comments," it stated.