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“Brave Officer’s Quick Thinking Saves Abandoned Baby: Mother’s Toilet Ruse Foiled”

Juliet Korkor 2 months ago 0

A mother from South Africa ignites discussion after entering a police station, requesting to use the restroom, and abandoning her infant before fleeing.

The incident is depicted in a recently circulated video that has garnered more than 300,000 reactions, shares, and remarks on a well-known social media site.

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The post’s description indicates that a woman abandoned her baby at the police station.

A note appended to the bottom of the post recounts the incident: “A woman entered Ntuzuma Police Station with an infant, requested to use the restroom, and then vanished.

This occurred on Saturday, and her whereabouts are now unknown.”

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“The baby cried through the night until morning. Social workers were contacted, but they stated they only operate Monday to Friday, implying they don’t have standby duties.”

“However, Sgt S Masondo went above and beyond, caring for the baby, purchasing diapers, warm clothing, and porridge, as it had been over 12 hours since the baby last ate.”

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“We often have criticisms of the police, but there are still genuinely compassionate officers out there. Kudos to Ntuzuma SAPS.”

Reacting to the attached video and the incident, concerned individuals flooded the comment section of the post to express their thoughts.

@the_sindystraw

Social welfare kodwa unenkinga enkulu, ususholo ukuthi iphoyisa selingasebenza nengane mhlane b’cuz no one from Social welfare is on call during the weekend 😩😩 #fypage #foryoupage #fypシ゚viral #trending #socialwelfare

♬ original sound – Sindy Straw
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