2000 then abandoned him in alleyway Woman 'tried to SELL' 10 month old child in street for 2,000 then abandoned him in alleywayClaire Boyle pleaded guilty to a serious child kate spade taschen sale neglect charge after she shook the boy, shouted at him, and abandoned him in his pram 14:27, 30 JAN 2015Updated15:00, 30 JAN 2015Concern: Claire Boyle has "had difficulties in her life", the court heard Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you kate spade cyber sale for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A woman attempted to 'sell a child' in the street for million starting the bidding at to the horror of passers by. Claire Boyle, 28, appeared in Ayr Sheriff Court on a serious child neglect charge, after attempting to get rid of a 10 month old boy outside a bank in the town. The court heard how she shook the boy, shouted at him, and abandoned him in a damp close in Ayr's Princes Court on September 13 last year. Depute fiscal Iain Gray, prosecuting said: "At approximately 10am on High Street, the accused was pushing a pram containing a child whilst in the presence of an adult male. "She was under the influence of a substance at the time. "Two witnesses were outside the Santander bank when the accused approached. "The accused named kate spade pop up sale prices from up to million. She then stated that she would not sell the child." Mr Gray said the accused then bent over and shouted and swore in the baby's face, reports the Daily Record. And she told the child: "You're looking for attention, you're no' getting it." Mr Gray said the baby wasn't strapped in properly, and was slipping down into a dirty cosy toes cover that was too big. "She shook the child violently as well as the pram he was in," said the prosecutor. "Numerous people on the street stopped and looked with concern." Police were called, but when they got to the High Street, Boyle was gone, along with the baby and the man who was with them. Shock: The woman and her child were spotted outside a bank on Ayr High Street But officers got a tip off about a child left in a close at flats in Ayr's Princes Court.
"They saw the child lying in his pram unattended in a close that was described as damp and kate spade sunglasses purse draughty," said Mr Gray. Defence lawyer Ian Gillies said: "She has had difficulties in her life. She was on a drug programme and was tested regularly.