A new craze is sweeping Paris after an 18-month-old toddler survived a fall from a seventh-storey window.
The nipper landed in a cafe awning and bounced into the arms of a passer-by.
The passer-by who made the spectacular catch was Dr Philippe Bensignor who noticed the boy's fall from across the street.
"It was amazing, he didn't have a scratch on him," said Monsieur le Docteur, "But he was laughing, clapping his hands, jumping up and down and shouting 'again, again.'"
But now Parisian parents are having trouble keeping the ankle-biters away from windows and trying to repeat the stunt.
A police spokesman said: "Our officers are on constant alert, looking at the upper storeys of buildings - there are kids, still in their nappies, climbing on balconies and getting ready to jump."