Living in Shenzhen, south China’s Guangdong province, she decided to number each one by cutting their hair so they would be easily identified using numbers.
‘My sons are identical, even to me,’ the boys’ mother Tan Chaoyun told local media. She added, “Even now, their father can’t tell which one is which. Sometimes, he punishes the second one for something the third one has done.”
It should be an interesting day at school, and now they can’t blame things on each other.
Just how long will they have the numbers? Or is this the mandatory procedure enforced by the government to all multiples?
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