A court in Senegal has handed down a two-year suspended prison sentence to the head of a Koranic school for chaining up children.
Four parents and the metalworker who made the chains also received suspended sentences.
They were all arrested last month after a photo shared on social media showed several students with chains around their feet.
But the case has split opinion in the Muslim-majority nation.
Many thousands of children attend Koranic schools, and some parents have said they didn't know chaining a child was illegal.