A video has emerged showing a woman in southern China apparently giving birth in the street before picking up her baby and calming walking home.
The incident happened in the city of Yunfu while the expectant mother was out shopping for fruit and vegetables.
The woman was heard screaming as her waters broke, just a few seconds after which a baby dropped between her legs while she was still standing.
The newborn can be seen flailing at the woman’s feet while anxious onlookers call for help (and film the scene on their phones, naturally).
The new mother, reported to be in her 30s, apparently refused to go to hospital as she was worried about the cost.
Bystanders, however, called an ambulance, whose staff cleaned and checked the baby before handing it back to the woman.
Witnesses say she remained standing during the entire ordeal and did not even appear fazed or tired.
Footage of the new mother walking home with a blood-stained dress, the baby in one hand and her shopping in the other has gone viral in China.
Warning：The use of any news and articles published on eChinacities.com without written permission from eChinacities.com constitutes copyright infringement, and legal action can be taken.
Keywords: street birth China
Disclaimer: The content in this section is translated, edited or re-posted from a third-party source. As such, it only represents the original author's personal viewpoint and not that of eChinacities.com. eChinacities.com is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites.
Chinese children are being urged to be on the look out for spies.
With less than a week to go until China’s fabled Single’s Day shopping extravaganza, Americans are working hard to get in on the action.
Two North Koreans planning to assassinate the son of Kim Jong-nam, who was poisoned in a Malaysia airport in February, have reportedly been arrested in Beijing.
Ikea has apologized and pulled a TV advert in China that showed a young woman being scolded by her parents for not having a boyfriend.
While the building of golf courses has been banned in China and the pastime branded a “sport for millionaires”, it’s now being made compulsory in some schools as a means of teaching students etiquette and manners.
Baidu CEO Robin Li has said he plans to introduce self-driving buses to China by 2019.
All comments are subject to moderation by eChinacities.com staff. Because we wish to encourage healthy and productive dialogue we ask that all comments remain polite, free of profanity or name calling, and relevant to the original post and subsequent discussion. Comments will not be deleted because of the viewpoints they express, only if the mode of expression itself is inappropriate. Please use the Classifieds to advertise your business and unrelated posts made merely to advertise a company or service will be deleted.
Please login to add a comment. Click here to login immediately.