Ubiquitous Perpetuity God

1985: Enrique Silberg had previously tried to change his name to God, but was denied on the grounds that it would be confusing and that he also needed a first name. Finally he convinced a judge to let him change his name to Ubiquitous Perpetuity God.

1996: Ubiquitous Perpetuity God was sentenced to nine months in Marin County Jail for indecent exposure, a crime that he had 17 prior convictions for. He said that he exposed himself to women so that they "could have some type of awareness of God".

San Francisco Examiner - Apr 18, 1985

Memphis Commercial Appeal - Feb 15, 1996

     Posted By: Alex - Thu Mar 16, 2023
     Category: Crime | Odd Names | Religion

You know it has two things against it:
1) It happens to an immigrant
2) It happens in California
Posted by KDP on 03/16/23 at 03:49 PM
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