- No boy has been born in the village of Miejsce Odrzanskie in Southern Poland
- Rajmund Frischko, mayor of Cisek which includes the village, will reward the first couple to have a son
- Birth records show that the last boy was born there nearly a decade ago
Because no boy has been born in the village of Miejsce Odrzanskie for almost a decade, the first couple to have a son will get a reward from the local government.
Rajmund Frischko –the mayor of Cisek which includes the village– recently told Polish reporters that after checking birth records, he found that rarity of male births is not just a recent situation. Thus, he pledged to reward the first couple to have a baby boy. He also said that the baby himself will get a gift.
“I was considering naming a street after the next boy born here. He will definitely get a very nice gift. And we will plant an oak and name it after him,” he promised.
Meanwhile, the officials of the village in Southern Poland have also been receiving calls from experts and other concerned citizens who want to investigate on a certain matter. The mayor shared, “Some scientists have expressed interest in examining why only girls have been born here. I also have doctors calling me from all over the country with tips on how to conceive a boy.”
He said he had just spoken to a retired doctor from central Poland who said that a baby’s gender depended on the woman’s diet, which should be rich in calcium if she wants to have a boy.
The residents, on the other hand, believe that what happened in the village is purely coincidence.