A man who crossed a road with red koi in Thailand has now returned home after the koi crossed the road twice.
The man, who was also wearing a yellow koi vest, crossed the street at 8.30am on Tuesday and was walking with his wife and a toddler when he was stopped by police.
Police officers stopped him and told him to put his koi on his head and walk away from the road.
When he tried to get on the road, he was told he could not and was arrested.
Police said the koins are known to cross the road at any time of the day or night.
A red kao, also known as an old man, is considered a symbol of the monarchy in Thailand.