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Picture of the baby found in park's washroom.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
In a horrific incident, a newborn baby was found in Al Jahili Park in Al Ain. The baby was abandoned in the female bathroom of the park.
An Emirati woman found the baby when she went to the washroom. The woman who doesn’t want to be named, immediately called up the police to report the incident.
A woman holds the baby.
Several videos of the baby are doing the rounds in social media. In the video, the baby is seen wrapped up in a cloth and is being confronted by the woman woman.
The police have launched an investigation into the shocking incident. Authorities have transferred the baby to a hospital in Al Ain for necessary medical checkups.
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