Remember Policewoman Who Breastfeeded Suspect’s Hungry Baby as Mother was in a Trial
The photos show the image of a Chinese policewoman, who was later identified as Hao Lina, breastfeeding the suspect’s hungry baby when the suspect had to attend a trial and after the baby cried for milk.
This is a clear example of motherly love towards a child, this picture has melted the hearts of millions who praise Ms. Hao for her action.
Ms. Hao, a new mother who just gave birth to her baby was in charge of taking care of the suspect’s baby.
when the baby cried out of hunger Ms. Hao who could not bear to let the baby cried, asked for a permission from the baby’s mother to breastfeed the hungry baby.
After she got the permission of the mother, she went headed to breastfeed the baby.
The baby’s mother was touched with Ms. Hao’s action that she left the court after the trial crying.
What do you think of Ms. Hao’s action?
Could this land her in trouble if she did this in Nigeria?
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