Usually, new parents choose to conform to the guidelines set by the governemt and most have done so since 1995.
Though very stringent in its requirements, some quirky names have managed to slip through. Once, the Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages names even let Violence through. And somebody is walking around today bearing the name Number 16 Bus Shelter. In 2008, a pair of twins in New Zealand was named Hedges and Benson which happen to be a brand of cigarettes.
A girl named Talula Does the Hula From Hawaii was taken away from her parents by local authorities. The state took the initiative to change her name to something more acceptable.
Aside from the banned names mentioned before, here are some from the 2013 list: Emperor, President, Queen, Queen Victoria, Princess, Prince, Duke, Knight, Lady, Royal, Royale, Majesty, Bishop, Saint, Eminence, Sir, Master, Constable, J, T, I, E, V, G, V8, H-Q, using brackets around middle names, using back slash between names, II, III, and V.