Ginny Ling (aged 89) was a toilet cleaner, originally from Hong Kong in China. She has officially made history. At around 11:59 last night; Mrs Ling was the first human woman to give birth to an animal.
She and her 20-year old Macedonian boyfriend Dik Rice gave birth to a little red fox, in which they named Ernest.
Initially, it was a shock for the happy couple but both came to the decision to accept the fact that they hadn't given birth to the twin girls, that showed up on the baby scan from a couple of weeks prior to this date.
Mr Rice positively told us, "it's so wrong on so many levels, but we are going to keep the little fox".
Originally, they were going to find adoptive parents for Ernest (who prefers to be called Ernie) but fell in love with his sweet face, and couldn't resist giving him up for adoption.
Mrs Ling; who cannot speak a word of English language; was really pleased with the quick and helpful service that the staff team at Leggo hospital provided.
All seemed positive and the happy couple were looking forward to being new parents to a cute little fox. There were positive vibes, until Mrs Ling apparently gave birth to a whole litter of fox cubs, early this morning and died of a lethal body explosion.
The local medical expert Dr. Death, told us that the explosion was caused by the immense pressure being pushed in Mrs Ling's body to give birth to the 13-strong litter.
The fox cubs and Mr Rice survived but Mrs Ling's body couldn't handle the pain and a huge explosion erupted. Mrs Ling's family have commented that a public funeral will take place, and donations of $0.05 can be made to Mr Rice, who is planning to set up a charity called the Humaninal Exploding Mother Organisation.
Find out how it all pans out very soon.