Beatles legend George Harrison's widow has proved triumphant in a legal battle to rebuild a security fence her late husband erected after he was attacked in his home.
Olivia Harrison had applied for planning permission to replace a razor wire fence around her lavish Oxfordshire, England estate, but came up against complaints from neighbours, who branded the security measure "inappropriate".
Harrison, who passed away in 2001, had surrounded his home with the wire fencing as a precaution after an intruder broke into the property and stabbed him in 1999.
Despite the opposition, Olivia has now been granted permission to re-build the eight foot fence to keep up security at the estate.