‘Stom­achache’ ends in un­ex­pected birth

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - CHINA -

He was stopped by traf­fic po­lice who re­ceived re­ports at about 11:30 am from his fans who con­sid­ered his ac­tions to be too dan­ger­ous. An in­ves­ti­ga­tion found that he had only ob­tained his driver’s li­cense two months ago.

K N E WS .C O M Changzhou, where a live don­key was fed to tigers last month. A fe­male vis­i­tor had ig­nored in­struc­tions from zoo work­ers to not take pets into the zoo.

M O D E R N E X P R E S S DA I LY A wo­man, sur­named Mai, who gave birth to a son in an am­bu­lance in Guangzhou on July 3 said she did not know she was preg­nant. Mai, a mi­grant worker from Foshan, said she Pas­sen­gers, in­clud­ing a large num­ber of stu­dents, were seen jump­ing out of the win­dows of two buses to es­cape af­ter the ve­hi­cles crashed in Xinmi on July 4. The wind­screens of both ve­hi­cles were smashed in the ac­ci­dent, lead­ing the driv­ers of the No 2 and No 12 buses to be­come in­volved in a fight near the city’s east­ern bus ter­mi­nal.

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