Someone Dumped Their Newborn Baby In The Toilet Bowl Of A Rawang Petrol Station

He has been sent to Sungai Buloh Hospital for treatment.

Cover image via NST Online

A newborn baby boy was found abandoned in the toilet bowl of a petrol station at Rawang northbound R&R on Saturday night, 9 June

According to a report in NST Online, the newborn, weighing 2.6kg, was discovered by the cleaning supervisor of the petrol station inside the female toilet.

Gombak district police chief Assistant Commissioner Ali Ahmad said the baby with his umbilical cord still attached to him was wrapped in batik. He was found at 9.30pm.

Luckily, the baby did not have any injuries

Image via NST Online

He was sent to Sungai Buloh Hospital for treatment

ACP Ali said that while the baby was safe, he was weak.

β€œHe was conscious and crying, but weak when the cleaning supervisor found him," he told NST Online, adding that the investigation was underway.

While baby dumping remains a problem, this amazing group is doing everything to give a safe haven to the forgotten children, despite religious hatred and brickbats from others in society:

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