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Baby stabbed 90 times with scissors by his Chinese mother after he bit her as she was breastfeeding him

  • Eight-month-old Xiao Bao was discovered by his uncle in a pool of blood
  • Needed 100 stitches after the incident; he is now recovering in hospital

Reports say his mother does not suffer from any mental illnesses

An eight-month-old boy is lucky to be alive after he was stabbed 90 times by his mother, mostly in the face, for biting her while she was breastfeeding.

Xiao Bao needed more than 100 stitches after the incident in Xuzhou, eastern China’s Jiangsu Province.

The infant lives with his mother and two uncles, who make a living recycling rubbish. It was one of the uncles who discovered Xiao Bao lying in a pool of blood in the yard of their home and rushed him to hospital.

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Chilling: An eight-month-old baby is lucky to be alive after he was stabbed 90 times by his mother after he bit her while she was breastfeeding

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ordeal: Xiao Bao needed more than 100 stitches after the incident in Xuzhou, eastern China's Jiangsu Province

Ordeal: Xiao Bao needed more than 100 stitches after the incident in Xuzhou, eastern China’s Jiangsu Province

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The child’s mother later confessed that she stabbed the baby after he bit her during breastfeeding.

Neighbours have pleaded with the local government to take the baby away, but they have said that they will not.

Apparently, they said that there was no confirmation the mother was suffering from a mental illness and said, regardless, the baby still has two guardians in the form of his two uncles.

The tiny tot lives with his mother and two uncles, who make a living recycling rubbish

The tiny tot lives with his mother and two uncles, who make a living recycling rubbish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mental illness remains a relatively closed topic in modern China, and neither medication nor modern psychiatric treatment is widely used.

An analysis of mental health issues in four Chinese provinces, published in 2009 in the British medical journal The Lancet, estimated that 91 per cent of the 173million Chinese adults that were believed to suffer mental problems never receive professional help.

It was one of the uncles who discovered Xiao Bao lying in a pool of blood in the yard of their home and rushed him to hospital

It was one of the uncles who discovered Xiao Bao lying in a pool of blood in the yard of their home and rushed him to hospital


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