A Pakistani uncle shot dead his niece in an honour killing because she was listening to loud music.
Muhammad Gullistan, 30, shot his niece with a pistol at her home in Chakwal on Sunday, after she refused to turn down her music and in doing so defied his demands.
"Muhammad Gullistan visited the house while [the victim's] family was away," police officer Qaisar Abbas told Reuters.
"He asked her to turn the music down but she refused and they had an argument. He shot her with a 33-bore pistol."
The uncle might never be punished for the killing because, according to Pakistani law, a woman's next of kin can forgive her murderers.
The loophole means thousands of murderers in the Muslim country escape punishment.
Honour killings are frequent in Pakistan and are meted out when a woman is perceived to have slighted traditional beliefs.