A photo spread on the Internet, showing a woman forced to have abortions in the seventh month of pregnancy, has provoked strong reactions among the Chinese internet. In the picture, Feng Jiamei appears while sleeping next to the fetus still covered in blood. "ACTS ARE FROM NAZIS." "These are the things that made the 'devils' Japanese and the Nazis," wrote a surfer. The practice of forced abortions by local authorities, which must meet birth quotas imposed from the center to contain the population, was denounced, among others, by Cheng Guangcheng. The activist is the last month in the U.S. after escaping from house arrest to which he was held illegally for over a year and a half. A CHILD IN CHINA ONLY FOR COUPLE. Chinese law requires couples to have no more than one child and women who have had children are often forced abortion, according to reports of dissidents. The authorities in Zhenping, the location in the northern province of Shaanxi, where is the incident happened, rejected the accusations. The semi-official newspaper The Global Times said that an investigation was initiated on the matter.