Woman gives birth to the girl in a suburban pizzeria in Adelaide

The woman, believed to be 17, entered Coco's Pizza in Penfield, North Adelaide, and asked the staff to call her an ambulance.

The pizzeria workers have delivered something a little more precious than a hot dinner after a woman unexpectedly started working at her store.

The woman, believed to be 17, entered Coco's Pizza in Penfield, North Adelaide, and asked the staff to call her an ambulance.

She entered the store at 7:45 p.m. on Saturday and was clutching her stomach.

Paul Yarak, 31, owner of the store, said after entering the store and asking for help she laid on the floor.

The woman, believed to be 17, entered Coco's Pizza in Penfield, North Adelaide, and asked the staff to call her an ambulance.

The woman, believed to be 17, entered Coco's Pizza in Penfield, North Adelaide, and asked the staff to call her an ambulance.

She told The Advertiser: "She went to bed on the floor and … one of my employees who is a mother … she just went into midwife mode and stayed with her, while I was talking on the phone with the ambulance, counting contractions.

"The paramedics convinced us what we had to do."

It was the woman's first baby and the entire birth occurred in less than an hour, although she believed she had contractions a few hours earlier, the publication reported.

Mr. Yarak said that when the baby cried, he encouraged him and called the woman very brave.

The pizzeria published a picture of the birth on its Facebook page.

In the image, you can see two staff members holding a sheet to protect the privacy of the woman.

In the image, you can see two staff members holding a sheet to protect the privacy of the woman

In the image, you can see two staff members holding a sheet to protect the privacy of the woman

In the image, you can see two staff members holding a sheet to protect the privacy of the woman

Customers are seen hanging around outside while waiting for the pizzeria to reopen.

Two paramedics are helping the woman as her friends are nearby to support her.

Mr. Yarak said: "Congratulations and God bless you and we only wish you all the best with your beautiful girl".

After the woman gave birth at the pizzeria, she and her newborn girl were taken to the hospital.

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