A Swedish man has officially changed his name to be a tongue-twisting 63 words long.
The man formerly known as Alexander Ek, from Haninge near Stockholm, first gave up his given title when he was just 18-years-old.
Now aged 25, and six more alterations later, he's hoping to be verified as having the world's longest moniker.
He's now formally known as this name:
Kim-Jong Sexy Glorious Beast Divine Dick Father Lovely Iron Man Even Unique Poh Un Winn Charlie Ghora Khaos Mehan Hansa Kimmy Humbero Uno Master Over Dance Shake Bouti Bepop Rocksteady Shredder Kung Ulf Road House Gilgamesh Flap Guy Theo Arse Hole Im Yoda Funky Boy Slam Duck Chuck Jorma Jukka Pekka Ryan Super Air Ooy Rusell Salvador Alfons Molgan Akta Papa Long Nameh Ek.
This name has everything! Dictators! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle villains! A Jedi! A member of Ace of Base! It’s like one of Stefon’s clubs.
这个名字真是要啥啥都有！独裁者名字（Kim-Jong）、忍者神龟（Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle）、绝地武士（Jedi）、王牌合唱团成员（Ek）！简直就像一个表演俱乐部！
But he's said to prefer being called Papah Long Nameh for short.
"My parents were a little confused the first time a letter came addressed to Usama-Bin Ek instead of Alexander," he told Nyheter24.
"I don't always get my mail and sometimes the electricity bill is late, but that's part of the charm," he added.
Swedes are allowed to change their name once free of charge, then pay $149 each time after, according to The Local.