A nine-month-old baby in Kuala Terengganu was hospitalised after swallowing her mother's headscarf pin on 11 March
The 33-year-old mother revealed that her 11-year-old daughter was hugging the baby in the passenger seat at the time of the incident
Guang Ming Daily reported that the mother, Noor Amira, did not realise what her baby had put in her mouth while she was driving.
"Suddenly my daughter shouted that her sister had swallowed something that looked like a pin," Amira told Kosmo.
"I'm not sure what happened but I think she found my headscarf pin that I dropped In between the car seat and the door," she added.
The pin has since been removed from the baby's body through excretion
Kosmo reported that the pin was found in the baby's stool at around 4.30pm yesterday, 12 March.
The baby was receiving treatment at the Sultanah Nur Zahirah Hospital in Kuala Terengganu.