An MP in Kenya has been kicked out of Parliament after she brought her baby to work.
Zuleika Hassan says she had to bring her five-month-old because of a domestic emergency, and Parliament did not have a creche.
"I have tried really hard not to come with the baby, but today I had an emergency; what was I supposed to do?" she told her colleagues. "If parliament had a nursery or a creche, I would be able to put my baby there."
It sparked outrage from male colleagues, while other female MPs walked out in solidarity.
House rules in Kenya mean 'strangers' - including children - are not allowed in the chamber, BBC News reports.
A Bill was passed in 2017 to have breastfeeding and changing rooms available in workplaces, but Kenya's parliament still doesn't have any.
In contrast, New Zealand's Parliament in 2017 passed a Bill extending paid parental leave whilst Speaker Trevor Mallard held a three-month-old baby.