The chain also offered a compensation price of 5,000 yuan.
Xiabu Xiabu's market value dropped to its lowest level in nearly a year as pictures of the dead rat being fished out of a broth were circulated on social media.
The unnamed woman was at the restaurant chain Xiabu Xiabu in Weifang city, Shandong Province on September 6 when she found the rodent in her hotpot broth.
When her husband alerted the staff, they allegedly offered the couple 20,000 yuan (S$4,000) to get an abortion if they were anxious about their baby's health, KanKan News reported.
Mr Ma also alleged that one of the staff had suggested his wife get an abortion if she was anxious about the baby's health, and offered him 20,000 yuan for the procedure. "I'm never going to eat hotpot outside again". "Is a life worth only 20,000 yuan?" one person said.
By Sept. 11, the company's share price hit the lowest level since October of previous year.
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"If something happens to her baby how are they going to compensate her?"
The woman and her husband anxious the rat brew would affect their baby, since the mother had already taken a couple gulps of the soup when she made the horrifying discovery at Xiabu Xiabu on September 6. It's a fun, sociable meal popular across China - a country with much regional variation in cuisine - and chains are cropping up alongside mom-and-pop stalls.
Health officials investigated the restaurant and found no traces of rats, but shut down the location for other violations, including pooled water in the food processing areas and using produce suppliers without full qualifications.
Hotpot is a popular dish in China where people can add meat and vegetables to soup.