Singaporean man filmed 'carrying his newborn baby in a bag before abandoning ...

Father is spotted 'carrying his newborn baby in a plastic bag before dumping her in a public bin' in Taiwan and quickly fleeing back home to Singapore with his girlfriend A couple from Singapore are accused of dumping their newborn girl in Taipei Woman, 24, allegedly gave birth before her boyfriend, 23, discarded the baby The body of the baby girl was discovered by a garbage collector on Tuesday Suspects left Taiwan on the same day, hours after they allegedly discarded baby

By Kelsey Cheng For Mailonline

Published: 10:29 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 10:29 GMT, 1 March 2019

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A young couple from Singapore have been accused of abandoning their newborn girl in a litter bin during their holiday in Taiwan. 

The body of the baby was found in a plastic bag discarded in a kitchen waste bucket in Taipei early Tuesday, according to reports citing local police. It is unclear whether the tragic baby died before or after it was abandoned.

Authorities identified the suspects as a 23-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman, who have returned to Singapore the same day. 

CCTV footage captured outside a restaurant in Ximending district purportedly shows the man carrying the baby in a black plastic bag before throwing it in the litter bin at around 3am on Tuesday. 

CCTV captured outside a restaurant in Taiwan's Ximending district purportedly shows the man carrying the baby in a plastic bag before throwing it in the litter bin at around 3am on Tuesday

CCTV captured outside a restaurant in Taiwan's Ximending district purportedly shows the man carrying the baby in a plastic bag before throwing it in the litter bin at around 3am on Tuesday

The body of the baby was found by a garbage collector in a plastic bag discarded in a kitchen waste bucket in Taipei early Tuesday, according to reports citing local police

The body of the baby was found by a garbage collector in a plastic bag discarded in a kitchen waste bucket in Taipei early Tuesday, according to reports citing local police

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