Female foetus found covered in ants in a trash can in Chiang Mai

Female foetus found covered in ants in a trash can in Chiang Mai

 

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A refuse collector from Myanmar had a terrible shock earlier this morning when she opened a grey box in a yellow bin on the Wiang Bua Road, Soi 6. 

 

Long Lung-orn, 48, found a foetus covered in ants. She ran off and alerted a nearby police patrol. 

 

Medics at the scene said that the foetus was female and had been aborted after 7 or 8 months. The umbilical cord was still attached. 

 

Police are studying CCTV to try to find out who left it there. They told Daily News that it was probably a mother who was a teen who took a drug to abort the foetus herself. 

 

Daily News called the mother who would do such a thing "callous". 

 

Source: Daily News

 

 

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