Mother flushes baby

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#3
Wondering how she could not have felt a 7.4lb baby coming out of her?
 
#4
I thought that when babies "came out" they were attached to cords and stuff.
 

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#5
Deepest darkest Wales by the looks of it. Probably quite common there. Convinced her husband that it was a hard mass formed due to a a wheat allergy? So she is inbred, insane, has a dullard husband AND is a baby killer. Who hid her baby's corpse in her car boot after flushing it down the bog? Nice.
 
#6
Well it all sounds reasonable............. I've dropped some big fecker that I did not want to look back at!!

No sorry they were out of my arse, just like her story!
 
#7
WhizzyShootingStar said:
Wondering how she could not have felt a 7.4llb baby coming out of her?
The equivalent of 30 quarterpounders with cheese?
 
#8
brummieboy1 said:
I thought that when babies "came out" they were attached to cords and stuff.
Yup, if the baby was still attached to the mother via the umbilical cord, it would've been receiving oxygen from the placenta, so the drowning seem's strange, it doesn't just fall of does it? Unless it was cut, not sure, this is confusing!
 
#9
WhizzyShootingStar said:
brummieboy1 said:
I thought that when babies "came out" they were attached to cords and stuff.
Yup, if the baby was still attached to the mother via the umbilical cord, it would've been receiving oxygen from the placenta, so the drowning seem's strange, it doesn't just fall of does it? Unless it was cut, not sure, this is confusing!
Confused is your normal state though Whizzy.
 
#10
CQMS said:
WhizzyShootingStar said:
brummieboy1 said:
I thought that when babies "came out" they were attached to cords and stuff.
Yup, if the baby was still attached to the mother via the umbilical cord, it would've been receiving oxygen from the placenta, so the drowning seem's strange, it doesn't just fall of does it? Unless it was cut, not sure, this is confusing!
Confused is your normal state though Whizzy.
Why not shed some light then? :roll:
 
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WhizzyShootingStar said:
brummieboy1 said:
I thought that when babies "came out" they were attached to cords and stuff.
Yup, if the baby was still attached to the mother via the umbilical cord, it would've been receiving oxygen from the placenta, so the drowning seem's strange, it doesn't just fall of does it? Unless it was cut, not sure, this is confusing!


It was a still birth and it was still attached to the cord when she flushed it while sitting on the throne. From the article:

"While I was still on the toilet, I flushed it, and I felt something pull. I stood up slightly, and I could see a foot in the bowl of the toilet."
 
#14
They dont know if the baby was born dead but say if it was alive then being born into toilet would have drowned it.

Surely missing her menstrual cycles would have been obvious? Or the fact she was becoming a fat heffer?

Strange.
 
#15
She was going for a dump and strained a bit hard and emptied the wrong hole
 
#16
What is wrong with people these days - and by the way, she knew that she was pregnant
and her work colleague Marcus Bezerra, who was aware of the pregnancy, bought items for the baby in preparation for his birth.
- which just makes it even worse.
 
#18
I do believe that it was born alive and she strangled it then having had experience of flushing humungous amounts down the pan decided that she could do the same with the baby
 
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WhizzyShootingStar said:
CQMS said:
WhizzyShootingStar said:
brummieboy1 said:
I thought that when babies "came out" they were attached to cords and stuff.
Yup, if the baby was still attached to the mother via the umbilical cord, it would've been receiving oxygen from the placenta, so the drowning seem's strange, it doesn't just fall of does it? Unless it was cut, not sure, this is confusing!
Confused is your normal state though Whizzy.
Why not shed some light then? :roll:
What am I, Some sort of shrink? I'm quite prepared to be your brain doctor although I think you won't like it.
 
#20
It's not that unusual for prima gravida women to be found sat on the loo when the ambulance arrives. I was once called to a seriously obese woman who had no idea she was pregnant (her level of obesity meant she didn't have periods normally) for her whole gestation and only knew she was pregnant when she started to give birth on the loo, fortunately the pain, blood umbilicus and placenta usually give the game away.
A rather sad case and, considering the age of the woman, I should imagine there must be some level of personality or mental disorder. All round a very sad case.
 

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