Taylor Swift fans shocked by ‘shocking’ photos of baby on floor at Paris Eras Tour concert

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Swifties and concerned parents do shocked and outraged about viral photos that appear to show a baby lying on the standing room floor at one of Taylor Swift’s recent Eras Tour concerts in Paris, RadarOnline.com has learned.

In one photo, it appears the child is sleeping on a purple coat while an adult, possibly a parent, stands over it. A second click shows that the child is wearing hearing protection.

While it’s unclear who took the photos, they surfaced this weekend and were shared widely online following Swift’s first shows at La Défense Arena in Paris on Thursday and Friday as part of her ongoing international Eras Tour.

Alarmed fans flocked to social media to share their concerns about the baby’s safety. “I don’t want to be one of those people but I would really call security if I saw a baby in the well because it is NOT safe there,” one user captioned a since-deleted post on Twitter.

“Pick your baby off the floor and GO HOME,” another user wrote. “To paint the full picture, this is universal recognition at the Paris show tonight,” they added alongside a photo showing more than 45,000 people in the arena. “and that baby is in the floor somewhere AT THIS SHOW! Like WTF have they gone crazy! terrible parenting.”

“As a mother of a baby about this size, I couldn’t imagine going to a concert with them at all,” one person said. “I understand that babysitters are hard to find, so if you really have to take them with you, don’t be in a pinch. You should have a porter for them.”

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“I can’t imagine how stressful it must have been for the baby to be in that environment,” someone else tweeted. Another agreed, “wtf… wouldn’t a baby find it overwhelming either, looks like they are wearing earmuffs but yet it would still be loud, chaotic, lots of movement and flashing lights etc :/ I don’t understand. The thing about taking a baby to a concert is that they don’t even know what’s going on.”

“If there was literally an emergency and everyone had to rush to get out, the baby would get caught or hurt. It’s literally so upsetting to me that I can’t even do it,” one concerned fan wrote. Others echoed their fears: “ONE person gets pushed. ONE girl gets too drunk. Like omg I’m mortified.”

Although the arena’s website does not specifically ban infants from attending concerts, the… FAQ section does state that the venue “does not recommend bringing children under 4 years of age, even under supervision, mainly due to the high volume.”

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