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Horrified mother issues urgent warning after finding a used needle when she went to change her son’s nappy in a shopping centre

  • A mother made the disgusting find in a shopping centre’s disabled bathroom 
  • The bloodied needle was next to a cigarette butt and a long strand of hair
  • The horrified  mother reported the incident to the shopping centre’s Woolworths 

A horrified mother has found a used needle under a baby change table in a shopping centre bathroom while changing her son’s nappy.

The mother made the disgusting find in the disabled bathroom at Westpoint Shopping Centre, in Browns Plains, south of Brisbane, on Saturday.

‘I took my son the the disabled toilet to change his nappy, only to pull the change table down to find a used needle with the top off and smokes butt and a shirt,’ she said. 

She shared a photo to social media, showing the used needle with drops of blood at the end of the end of the syringe.

The needle was sitting on a baby change table, next to a cigarette butt and a long strand of hair, at Westpoint Shopping Centre, in Browns Plains, south of Brisbane

The needle was sitting on the underside of the baby change table, next to a cigarette butt and a long strand of hair.  

‘This is to warn mums and dads to be careful using the toilets at West Point shopping centre browns plains,’ she said.  

‘F**king junkies go shoot up somewhere else.’

The mother said she reported the incident to the shopping centre’s Woolworths, who notified police.

The post received hundreds of comments from angry parents and shoppers.

‘A**hole junkies! Do what you want to yourselves don’t bring others into it! Your choices are not our consequences!,’ one woman wrote.

‘If you want to inject s**t into your body at least do it in a safe place for goodness sake.’

‘Of all the places you could leave it though, in a frickin baby change table,’ read another comment.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Westpoint Shopping Centre for comment.    

The syringe had large drops of blood inside

The needle was discovered on a baby change table in the disabled toilet

The mother shared a photo to social media, showing the used needle with drops of blood at the end of the end of the syringe

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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