Bosses at Britain's Glastonbury Festival have been fined over $17,500 (£12,000) for a sewage leak.
The organisers admitted allowing human waste to pollute a stream at the Worthy Farm site in Somerset, England in June, 2014, damaging local water quality and killing fish.
But Judge Simon Cooper praised their response to the problem, adding, "I am satisfied that there was proper planning for the festival and no criticism is made of that."
Over 40 fish were killed after a "large quantity" of sewage filtered into Whitelake River. These included protected brown trout.