A British couple have been arrested on suspicion of arson after a fire killed one man and destroyed three yachts at a Turkish marina.
Billy Clark, 34, and his girlfriend Rosie Glover, 24, were held on suspicion of starting a blaze in the popular resort of Marmaris in south-western Turkey's Mugla Province.
Dramatic pictures show how flames engulfed the marina at 4.30am on Monday and ripped through several vessels.
Mr Clark has since been charged with reckless homicide while Ms Glover has been released on probation while the investigation continues.
In his police interview, Mr Clark is alleged to have said that he had been drinking before he boarded a yacht to 'rest' with Ms Glover - but that they had then argued.
He reportedly told officers that he could not remember how the fire started.
Two other yachts, White Lady and Passion, were completely destroyed after flames engulfed the marina.
Another yacht was severely damaged. The fire also damaged a nearby motor yacht and a sailing boat.
It took fire crews three hours to extinguish the blaze.