Trunk instead of a nose, strange limbs. Half man, half elephant hybrid. Hundreds of thousands of Hindus began to flow to Norway because of a strange newborn because they believe it is a renamed popular god Ganesh. He is portrayed as a man with more limbs and an elephant’s head.
Alexandar and Lola Andersen first tried to keep their child’s birth in secret. But the news, along with photographs and family identity, came to the Indian media. Andersen has become popular in India, and thousands of Hindus have come to Norway.
“We want them to stop bothering us, why do they just leave us alone,” says Lola Andersen. “We’ve had enough of it before, my baby looks like an elephant, and she still has red hair.”
When the journalists asked about the child’s name, his father, Alexandra, replied: “We never gave him a name, and if we were to be honest, we called him” the creature we hold in the basement. “Maybe we could sell him to India. in Taj Mahal or some similar temple.