With apologies to our Dutch OTFers but after umpteen years in the Lowlands, I still find that the Dutch name is the gift that keeps on giving.
In an otherwise depressing report on the rise in domestic bankruptcies and increasing household debt in the Netherlands, the spokeswoman for the NVVK, an organisation for debt management was interviewed- her name: Joke de Kock.
For American Football names, the ones that amused me - partly because they were both on a New York Giants defensive unit in the late 80s, I believe - were (I think) Barry Ard and Terry Kinard. No apostrophes needed!
One of my clients at my last job had two excellently-named employees, who sadly I never got to deal with directly. One was a 'Beena Wankar', the other a George Nazi. He was relatively high up really, he googles pretty well
Im sure there is a Turkish general from years gone by called Mustapha Cunt or summit.
There was a character in a strip in a Beano annual (or it might have been The Beezer, or Topper) called Mustapha Fag.
My mum used to go and get unwanted facial hair removed by a lady called Esme Danks ... which is not at all funny - I just like the sound of the name.
My brother sent a letter to David Coleman pretending he was doing a university thesis on commentating, and could he interview him (DC was a joke hero for my brother and his mates). He declined via his secretary, one Elsie MacKintosh. My brother always swore that David had cottoned on, and was spoofing him back.
It's been mentioned on here before, but Sporting Braga's goalkeeper is Quim (short for Joaquim). It's pronounced +/- like /keem/, though.