Amsterdam Adel Salamah
The 69-year-old Dutch has filed a lawsuit to change his birthday because he is 20 years younger than his real age, so the competent court tried to reduce his age by 20 years. communication. Emile Ratelband said in a court in Arnhem, the Netherlands, that "he does not feel comfortable with the date of his birth" and has expressed the desire to change it, as do those seeking sexual converting.
"Because of this official birth date, which does not reflect her emotional state, it's hard to find both work and love," Ratlband said. He asked to change his birthday from March 11, 1949 to March 11, 1969. "When I am 69, I am limited, but if I am forty-nine, then I can buy a new house, I can get more much work when using the Tinder app, but when I say that I am 69 years old, I do not get an answer when I'm 49, and with the face that proves this, I'll be in a good position, "he said. That "the doctors assured him that his body is the body of a 45-year-old man."
"I agree with you: many years ago I thought this was impossible," the judge admitted, but asked the plaintiff how his parents might feel about Ratelband's 20 years of life he wants removes them from records, Who was that boy then?
"His parents are dead," said Ratelband, a neurologist. "He is willing to renounce the right to a pension to ensure that there are no unexpected consequences for changing his or her age."
At the end of the 45-minute session, Ratlaband said: "It's a free will." "It's time to change the age," said Rathenband's lawyer, Jean-Hein Quakers. The court prosecutor questioned whether the ability to change the date of birth into the law would require future health checks to allow the state to properly judge an "emotional age" of someone. "There is also the use of common sense, of course."