A mum has given birth to a baby girl at a BUS STOP while passersbys cheered her on!
The woman was just outside the Great Western Hospital in Wiltshire when her little girl decided to make a speedy entry into the world.
The BBC reports that a small crowd of helpers assisted the woman as her daughter was born.
Debbie Sadler from Baydon told the BBC that she witnessed the unexpected arrival and described the woman as 'amazing'.
"Everyone was watching, poor woman," she said, explaining that she had been having lunch with her daughter, a nurse, when she heard the commotion at the bus stop.
"We were coming out the door, when we heard the most horrendous screaming and shouting," she said.
"We could see three or four ladies holding the woman up, then we heard 'the head's out'."
She said doctors and nurses from the hospital ran to the woman, and then she heard the baby cry.
"As we were gathering a lady came and started pushing people out of the way and told them to go to the next bus stop," she said.
"When the baby was born everybody cheered. I can't imagine what it was like to give birth in front of everyone."
Nor can we! What an amazing entry into the world - and what a brave lady!