- According to some local reports, the boy was named after his father’s liking for crossword puzzles.
- According to locals, the father gave the name to his son because of his desire to be a writer.
- Susu is the initials of the parents’ names
The child’s name is ‘ABCDEF GHIJK Susu’. It’s not a name, it’s an English alphabet. A father in Indonesia named his son ABCDEF GHIJK Susu. The boy’s unusual name came to the attention of authorities when he went for a corona virus vaccine in Muwara Enin, South Sumatra, Indonesia. The 12-year-old boy wrote his full name as ABCDEF GHIJK Susu. When the boy jokingly called his father thinking that his name was written like this, the father also confirmed that it was his name.
According to some local reports, the boy was named after his father’s liking for crossword puzzles. At the same time, the locals say that the father gave the name to his son because the writer wanted him.
Naturally, you may be wondering why the end of the name is Suzu. These are the initials of the parents’ names. Father Suhro and mother Sulfahmi.