Newborn's Body Flushed Down Toilet At Kerala Clinic, Parents Missing

Erika Holt
April 16, 2018

The two-day-old girl's body, the placenta still attached, was stuck in the toilet duct, the police said.

According to the horrified servicemen, they were left traumatised after finding the baby girl's tiny head was the cause of the blockage. The police said that the doctor also runs a clinic which is around 1 kilometre from the house. Meanwhile, some other reports suggested that police haven't been able to identify the baby's parents.

Early reports had suggested that her parents might have brought the infant on the pretext of a check-up and then flushed her down the toilet. However, another theory is doing round that as the placenta was intact the mother could have delivered the baby inside the washroom.

'But the baby's placenta was intact and there was blood inside the commode. A case of unnatural death was filed after the doctor filed a complaint. The house is located in a large plot and there are many houses nearby. "We are investigating all possibilities". In the year 2013, fire-fighters in eastern China rescued an abandoned baby boy from the sewage pipe beneath a toilet. The body was found by cleaners after the jet landed at Jakarta's Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.

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In a horrific incident involving a newborn in India last month, a monkey snatched a toddler in Cuttack, Odisha.

"The monkey took the baby from inside a mosquito net".

A woman who works at the clinic complained the toilet was clogged and that is when the plumber was called, The Newsminute reported.

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