A hand-knitted woollen sweater made by Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi has sold at an auction in Burma for almost 50,000 US dollars (£31,000).
A Burma-based radio station won a bidding war for the sweater during an auction held by Suu Kyi's opposition party. The bidding started at 6,000 dollars (£3,700).
Suu Kyi has not yet commented on the sale of the sweater - a red, green and blue V-neck - or explained its background. It sold for 49,000 dollars (£30,000).
The auction was part of a fundraising concert organised by the National League for Democracy party to raise money for education of poor children in the impoverished country.
Suu Kyi, a 67-year-old former political prisoner, has become Burma's biggest celebrity as the country transitions from a half-century of military rule.