A newborn baby girl fell through the toilet in a moving train and onto the tracks moments after her mother prematurely gave birth, surviving nearly two hours before being found, relatives said Thursday.SERIOUSLY??? OK. First of all, remind me to NEVER go walking on a train track in India. That's just so gross. What, is there just a brown mound between the tracks in the heavily traveled areas or WHAT?"Later, she fell unconscious and the baby fell through the toilet," he continued. "Two stations later, we knocked at the door."
The child's mother, who uses the single name Bhuri, was traveling with relatives on an overnight train when she went to the bathroom shortly before midnight Tuesday and unexpectedly gave birth to a baby girl, said Arjun Kumar, her brother-in-law.
Second of all, Bhuri doesn't seem like she really has her shit together (pardon the pun. And also? Bless her heart.). If I had been on the train it would have come as a shock to me that anything that goes into the toilet immediately falls onto the train tracks. But I'm going to guess that this wasn't news to her. So, did the baby just spring out of her? I guess she passed out. Still? This is really gross. Not to mention embarrassing. All of the people I know who have passed out on the shitter before don't like to talk about it, never mind have it posted on cnn.com. (You know who you are!!)
I don't know what's more upsetting to me about this story: the fact that a baby fell onto the train tracks from a moving train or that she passed through some kind of tube where the human excrement of thousands had flowed. Ugh...BUT, at least the baby is OK. Let's just hope that, when she gets older, kids don't tease her about it. "She's faster than shit fallin' down a tube!" Kids can be so cruel.
It's a cute little baby, though, eh?
Poor thing. Let's hope that she never again falls through a hole on a train into a pile of shit and has to wait 2 hours for her freaking family to come and get her.
PS I keep checking the news to make sure that the baby is going to be ok. She survived and is, I believe, expected to fully recover.