Baby Granted Entry To Nightclub For Life After Teen Mum Gave Birth On Dancefloor
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Getting into clubs can be a bloody expensive outgoing for your bank account. Depending on the joint, it can set you back up to $50 to get into nightclubs - which is hardly sustainable when you're young.
But imagine being told that you won't have to pay the entry free to a hot French nightclub for your entire life.
Well, that's what one baby will get after her mum gave birth on the dance floor at 5:30am.
The 19-year-old mum went into labour while she was enjoying a night out at the O'Club in the southern French city of Toulouse. She laid down on the floor amongst other clubbers and that's when her friends had to raise the alarm.
Staff at the club were alerted to the woman's situation and realised that she would have to give birth right there on the dance floor.
They still rang emergency services so that the woman could receive care as soon as possible.
When the teen mum eventually gave birth, the club bosses announced that the baby would have entry for life.
Club manager Marie-Helene told local media: "It was 5:30am, when we close. There were not many people and a bouncer came to see me. He said 'It's urgent'. I then saw that she was giving birth.
"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.
"The young woman didn't seem too panicked but she was worried. Then the baby came out."
"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."
According to local media, the 19-year-old went out clubbing that night for 'a change of scene due to personal problems'.
She wasn't under the influence of any drugs or alcohol but just wanted to blow off a little steam. Turns out she was going to have one hell of a night to remember.
Thankfully, both mum and bub are in good health. We wonder if the venue will play into naming the kid when the time comes.
The staff at the club have obviously become attached to the mother and her baby, having probably been the first faces her baby saw when it entered the world. They are reportedly both healthy and doing well.
The manager added: "We hope she keeps us updated with how everything goes."