Two dogs trained in Northern Ireland are getting a break in the movie business, by sniffing out pirates.
Female black Labradors, Flo and Lucky, are being used by the authorities in Malaysia in the battle against music and film rip-offs.
They are believed to be the first dogs in the world trained to sniff the chemicals used to make optical disks.
They can lead handlers to disks labelled as other items, but cannot tell which are real and which are fake.
The month-long trial has seen the talented dogs move from Belfast into Kuala Lumpur.
The three-year-old animals - trained by a handler in Northern Ireland who usually teaches dogs to find bombs - can find, but cannot distinguish between, CDs and DVDs, burned and replicated disks, or legitimate and pirate disks.
The dogs take only 10 minutes to check boxes that security officials would have needed a day to examine.
"It's cost-effective, and in terms of time, it's very effective too," said Domestic Trade Minister Shafie Apdal, said.