Sayuri “Escape with my son in a fire…Is the cafe kicked out without QR code?”

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Sayuri, a broadcaster who recently became a mother through’voluntary single mother’, said, “Thank you for being alive”, saying that there was a case of evacuation due to an apartment fire.

Sayuri said on Instagram on the 23rd, “A fire broke out in the basement of our apartment this morning, and smoke came up to the window of our house.” I hugged and ran out.”

He added, “The more I go down, the more smoke rises from the stairs, and my heart seems to stop with a sense of fear that I can’t see the exit,” he added.

Sayuri said, “As soon as I went outside, I checked my son’s condition, but my son was playing hard with a small mouth,” said Sayuri.

In the meantime, there were also fewer things that happened at the cafe where I went to an emergency place to evacuate. Sayuri said, “I went into the cafe across the apartment, my son was trembling because it was cold, and I wanted to keep it in a warm and safe place, but the staff told me to use the QR code first.”

“I explained our situation that my aunt came out in a hurry and didn’t bring a cell phone, but she said she couldn’t drink it at the store,” he said. I thought it would have been nice if I had to write down personal information and let me enter,” he said.

Lastly, “This article is not for the purpose of criticizing the employee, and he has done all of his duties,” he said. “But as a mother of a child, as a human, the child is shivering because the child is cold. I hope you don’t send it,” he added.

On the other hand, Sayuri gave birth to a child in Japan on November 4 of last year after conceived by donating sperm from a foreign sperm bank. He proudly announces that he is a’voluntary unmarried mother’ and tells stories related to parenting through YouTube and Instagram.

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