Organisers of the Royal Highland Show have been fined over the death of a young boy who was hit by a heavy concrete block.
Ben Craggs died when he yanked a rope connecting two concrete bollards and one of them fell on him. The tragic accident happened at the event, which takes in Ingliston, just outside Edinburgh, Scotland.
The three-year-old was attending the show with his father - a farmer - in 2008, when the tragedy happened.
Ben was rushed to Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh but died from severe head injuries.
Health and safety laws were used to prosecute the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) over the incident.
The court heard the concrete which fell on Ben weighed 148kg. A witness said the bollard had looked unstable before it happened.
The RHASS was fined £100,000 over Ben's death, following a majority verdict at Edinburgh Sheriff Court.