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The Dutch pensioner brought a lawsuit requesting him to change his age in order to increase the chances for women.
Emil Rattelband, 69, wants to change the date of birth from March 11, 1949 to March 11, 1969, suspecting that it changes the identity of those who pretend to be sexually.
"You can not agree with your name and gender, so do not allow your age to be different," Rattelband told the Dutch newspaper Die Telegraph.
The local court in Arnhem, southeast of Amsterdam, is likely to decide on a case within four weeks.
But officials made a reservation on the merits of the case, as there is no legal mechanism that would allow a person to change the date of birth.
Rattelband says he feels discriminated against his age, noting that this affects his chances of gaining a new job and his success rate in women using the Tinder application.
"When I am 69, my options are limited, but if I am forty-nine, I can buy a new house and drive a different car and I have more jobs," he said.
"When I use the Tinder application and say that I am 69, I have no answer, but when I am forty-nine, and given the characteristics of my face, which give me the impression that I am younger, I will be in a good position."
Ratelband said that doctors said his health for 45 years, described as "the god of youth".
Ratelband said he would cancel his pension if he changed his date of birth.
The Netherlands Constitution prohibits discrimination on grounds of age.
Rattelband works as a coach in the NLP and performed the vocal performance of Vladimir Tronkov in the Dutch version of "Cars To" produced by Pixar.
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