A mother allegedly threw her newborn son into a dumpster just after delivering him so she could continue to party with friends.
Mother-of-two Yulia, 31, was in the middle of a boozy party with her friends when she started having contractions in Ryazan city, in Russia.
She locked herself in the toilet and gave birth to her son, police say.
After giving birth, the mother put her newborn son and placenta into a rubbish bag then carried him out in the street and threw him away in a dumpster, authorities say.
After getting rid of the child, Yulia returned to her flat and continued partying with her friends.
Local media report the newborn boy spent about two hours in the dumpster before a female passer-by heard his cry and called emergency services.
The boy was found naked and covered with blood inside a rubbish bag.
The child was rushed to the intensive care unit in a life-threatening condition. His body temperature was just 75F (24C) after he spent several hours in freezing temperatures.
He was diagnosed with hypothermia and his organs were shutting down, reports say.
The police found Yulia, partying with friends in her flat when they checked the residents living in a block of flats nearby to the dumpster.
The officers searched her flat and found blood in the toilet and bathroom as well as other evidence.
Yulia said to the police that she got rid of her newborn son so she could continue to party with friends.
Yulia was arrested and charged with attempted murder of a newborn baby.
Investigative Committee spokeswoman Anzhelika Yevdokimova said: 'The mother said that she did not want this baby. She did not even check if it was a boy or a girl before throwing it away. During the arrest, she was heavily intoxicated with alcohol.'
She has two children aged three and four. She is going to be deprived of parental rights due to the incident. Her children will be placed in an orphanage, reports say.
Yulia, 31, a mother-of-two, allegedly threw her newborn son into a dumpster after giving birth to him over a toilet during a house party in the Russian city of Ryazan.