A Norwegian Baby Was Born With The Face Of An Elephant

There has been a huge uproar amongst the Hindus, after discovering the birth of a half-human-half-elephant Norwegian baby. A movement towards Norway has begun as the Hindus believe that the baby is a reincarnation of the famous Deity Ganesha. We don’t know if this child is real or not, it’s up to you to judge about the picture.

This is an example of Ganesha, If you are not aware of his appearance. His appearance is commonly described as the man with numerous limbs and the head of an Elephant.

Stupidd Stupidd

It was a true shock seeing the baby for the first time after being born, at first the parents Lola and Alexandar Andersen planned to keep their mutant a secret from the world. However, it is very hard to keep its identity hidden, especially if a baby has a similar face as that to an elephant.

On a separate note, the existence of the baby is highly celebrated in India as they praise him to the sky

BeliefNet BeliefNet

As soon as the existence of the baby reached the media, their private life was disturbed 24/7. The parents stated, “We wish they would stop hanging outside of our home. Why won’t they just leave us alone?” Lola Andersen said. We’ve already been through enough. My baby looks like an elephant and even worse, he’s a ginger. If an Indian hands me one more basket, I’m going to stab them in the face!”

Until the day of today the baby is known as John Doe, as the parents did not name the child.

Reporters recall Alexandar saying that they never gave it a name and were actually considering naming their child "Creature That We Keep In The Basement". Is that even a legit name?

VatanAppally VatanAppally

In conclusion of the interview the parents disrespectfully revealed their true intentions with their mutant baby, as they initially wanted to hide him in the basement. However, since he became so popular amongst the Hindus, they are considering selling him to India where he can spend his life in the Taj Mahal.


Like us on Facebook and miss nothing!