An off-duty Indian-origin doctor had an `oh boy` story when he helped deliver a healthy baby boy while on a trans-Atlantic flight from Paris to New York at 35,000 feet. Dr Sij Hemal, 27 a second-year urology resident at Cleveland Clinic`s Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute, immediately went into doctor mode when Air France flight attendants asked if there were any doctors on the flight to a 41-year-old who had gone into labor a week early. Hemal started in New Delhi, stopped in Paris and was heading to New York, where he would catch a connecting flight to Cleveland -- his final destination. Urologist Hemal was hoping to drink a glass of champagne and take a nap on a plane from Paris to New York on December 17, but instead helped deliver a healthy baby boy named Jake during the flight, the report said. Together with Dr Stefanie Ortolan, a pediatrician from France, the pair managed to deliver baby Jake after just 30 minutes of pushing, Hemal said. Hemal used a shoestring to tie and cut the umbilical cord for baby Jake. For his efforts, Air France delivered a travel voucher and a bottle of champagne to Hemal.