It's often the case that babies born unexpectedly on trains, planes or buses are given free travel for life - but does the same go for a Pink concert?

Having wowed Dublin's RDS last week, the American pop star's tour moved to Liverpool the other day and one fan had a bigger night out than anticipated.

Denise Jones went into labour while attending the gig at Anfield on Tuesday night, and paramedics John Matthews and Dani Berg helped deliver her baby.

"When we reached her, it was quite clear the patient was heavily pregnant and showing signs of being in labor,” Matthews told the Liverpool Echo. “We took the decision to move her as quickly as possible to the First Aid Room underneath the stand. We continued to assess her and established she was going to have to deliver the baby in the stadium as there was not enough time to get her to hospital. So that’s what Dani and I did.”

He added: "It took less than five minutes. We didn’t have time to get concerned or worried, we just had to crack on and get on with it. There was no equipment in the first aid room, just a couple of beds. This doesn’t happen very often and I’d never delivered a baby in Anfield before. When things go well, it’s always a good feeling.”

Thankfully, the baby girl was healthy and happy, and was even named 'Dolly Pink' in the pop star's honour.

Pink herself has acknowledged the news, although there's no word on a free lifetime concert pass...