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New Zealand woman leaves baby in car with help note on shopping trip

Melbourne, Mar 25 : A woman from New Zealand, who left her baby in a car while she went shopping, put a note on the child's blanket asking people to call her if there were any problems.


Some other shoppers believed that was a problem in itself, and took action.

A man whose family parked next to the vehicle at the Pak'nSave Porirua carpark in Wellington about 9am on Saturday saw the baby and said they were shocked, News.com.au reported.

"It was written from the baby's perspective, and it said, 'My mum's in doing the shopping, call her if I need anything', and it had the cellphone number," he said.

--ANI (Posted on 25-03-2013)

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