Police have confirmed that a woman who died in Carmarthenshire stabbing was actually named Anita Dicken.
Ms, a-hem, Dicken, was found in the Maesyfelin area of Pontyberem at about around 1655 GMT last Thursday. A spokesman for Dyfed-Powys Police said the investigating officers still cannot believe it.
"We've checked and checked again and again into this matter, and that appears to be her real, actual given name", said PC Lloyd Daffyd Rhys-Davies Jones. "Mr and Mrs DIcken, at some point, gave birth to a daughter and decided that 'Anita' was just the perfect name for her. Either they have the greatest sense of humour in the UK, or none at all."
PC Jones continued: "I'm serious. I've seen her birth certificate. It's not like this is a pseudonym or something. Honestly, I don't see how she got through school with a name like that."
People with comments or who wish to officially register their disbeliefe can call the police non-emergency phone number 101 or the independent charity Crimestopppers on 0800 500111, he added.