A man has appeared in court charged with stealing two human toes from an exhibition displaying human bodies.
The 28-year-old, who has not been named, is accused of taking the toes from Body Worlds, an exhibition at Princes Wharf in the New Zealand city of Auckland.
The toes are worth $5,500 (£2,900), according to court documents, and the man could face up to seven years in jail if found guilty.
The exhibitors said the toes had been returned but did not comment further.
The man also faces a charge of improperly interfering with the dead body of an unknown person, an offence that allegedly took place six days earlier.
He was bailed and will appear at a court in Wellington next month.
Since 1995, the exhibition, which shows detailed recreations of the human body, has attracted more than 44 million visitors in over 115 cities across the world.
Its aim is to show people the inner workings of the human body and the effects of healthy and unhealthy lifestyles.
The human remains are preserved through plastination and their fluids and fats swapped with plastic.
More than 17,000 people donated their bodies to the Institute for Plastination, the medical organisation that created the exhibition.