According to local media, a baby has been given a lifetime's worth of free entry to a disco in France after her pregnant mother gave birth to her on the dance floor while on a night out.
The bizarre incident occurred at a venue called O'Club in the south of France at around 5.30 am on Monday, November 11. The young teenage mother had allegedly been in a great deal of pain and thus had gone on a night on the town with friends to take her mind off of it. Little did she know that the pain she was experiencing was actually the result of oncoming labor.Watch this shocking video of a woman giving birth alone in a jail cell:
Luckily for her, when the contractions started late at night, the staff at the venue leaped into action and helped keep her calm and (relatively) comfortable for her to deliver a baby girl. The staff were so enamoured by this modern-day nativity scene, that they elected to give the child free entry to the club when she grows up.
Commenting on the situation in a recent interview with La Depeche, club manager Marie-Helene said: "It was 5.30 am, the club was just closing, There wasn't a lot of people left in the place and one of my members of staff came over to me and said 'it's urgent'. I could see that the woman was about to give birth. But we had to act quickly. A member of staff called the emergency medical line who talked us through what we had to do."Check out this video all about a woman who gave birth in the backseat of a car:
She continued: "The young woman didn't seem too panicked but she was worried. Then the baby came out ... One of her [the young woman's] friends suggested coming to O'Club to cheer her up because she was having some personal problems. She wasn't drinking. She was one of the last people to leave because she couldn't walk."
She added: "It's one of the more bizarre closings we've had. My team worked together. We all cried. The positive thing to come out of all of this is that none of us panicked and weren't scared. Anyway, we got it done ... We hope she keeps us updated with how everything goes."