A three-legged dog dug up a baby boy buried in a Thailand field after the baby's fifteen year-old-mother buried the baby alive. Ping Pong's owner, Usa Nisaika, went to see what had caught his canine's attention, and that's when he saw the baby's tiny leg poking out of the dirt. The locals had brought the newborn to a hospital, where Doctors bathed the child and for healthy explained.
The newborn's mother has been charged with child abandonment and attempted murder. The teen told police she was afraid her father would beat her for getting pregnant.
Police said the baby survived because he was buried shallowly.
Left, the field where Ping Pong, right, found the baby (insert). "It is great that he has found the Baby". He also mentioned that this teenager "regrets her action".
As we're applauding Ping Pong's heroic act, we should not be distracted by the fact that a teenager abandoned her newborn son.
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He added: "Ping Pong was hit by a auto, so he's disabled".
The 41-year-old farmer said Ping Pong, who found the baby by a cassave frield (above) was loved by all the village.
Hence, she made a decision to bury the baby soon after she was delivered. None of them knew any pregnant women in the area but a shopkeeper said that a teenage girl had recently bought an unusually large amount of sanitary towels. "But I kept him because he's so loyal and obedient, and always helps me out when I go into the fields to tend to my cattle", Usa said. "Everybody in the village is amazed by what he has done now".
The child's mother is now in police custody and is under the care of a psychologist. "It is important that she is nurtured and treated fairly", governor Chantharanothai, told the Bangkok Post. "He is a hero because he saved the life of the baby", Nisaika said.