Scotland - A dad-of-three has died after apparently playing Russian roulette.
Alan McWilliams, 41, was said to have been at home with a friend when the lethal gambling game went disastrously wrong.
Emergency services were called to the property in Renfrewshire, Scotland on Saturday following a "firearms" incident.
Mr McWilliams was found seriously injured and taken to the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow for treatment but died the following day.
A neighbour told the local newspaper that Mr McWilliams had been "playing Russian roulette with a pal and the gun went off".
Strathclyde Police said they were treating the death as "unexplained".
A spokesman said: "Detectives are carrying out extensive inquiries following the death of a man in Johnstone at the weekend. Around 8.30pm on Saturday March 2 2013, officers were called to a report of a man with a firearm within a house in Hogg Avenue, Johnstone. Emergency services attended and the 41-year-old man was taken to the Southern General Hospital. Unfortunately, the man died in hospital on Sunday. A post-mortem examination will be carried out later today to establish the exact circumstances of the death and a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal."
Russian roulette involves a player placing a single round in a revolver, spinning the cylinder, placing the muzzle against his head and pulling the trigger.