The husband of a heroic police officer who died saving hundreds of people on 9/11 has returned his wife's Woman of the Year award in protest at Caitlyn Jenner being given the same honour.
NYPD officer Moira Smith, aged 38, bravely repeatedly ran back into Tower Two to help evacuate those inside, and died during one of her rescue missions.
She was given Glamour magazine's Woman of the Year award posthumously in December 2001 - but it has now been posted back to the magazine's offices by her husband.
In an open letter posted to Facebook, James Smith - also an NYPD officer - said he found it "insulting" to the memory of his wife that transgender Jenner, 66, had been given the award, calling it a "slap in the face".
Jenner, a former Olympic track star and member of the Kardashian family's reality TV show, was among a number of celebrities honoured at Carnegie Hall in New York earlier this month.
She was given the Transgender Champion award, and thanked her family for their support while going through the transition.
"I've had many, many, many years of isolation of hiding from the world, lying to the world, of not being myself," she told the ceremony.
Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon, tennis star Billie Jean King and Victoria Beckham were also recognised at the event.
A Glamour magazine spokesman told the NY Daily Post they stood by their decision.
James Smith's letter in full: