Three men have been charged with jumping from a bridge in Perth into the River Tay.
The arrests follow reports that three men jumped from the Queen’s Bridge in the city, one man on Monday and two men the following day.
A spokeswoman for Tayside Police said members of the public had called them on 999 and police officers along with Tayside Fire and Rescue Service went to the scene in a search and rescue capacity, including four fire appliances with 16 fire service personnel and eight police officers. She added that no one had been injured.
Meanwhile the force issued a warning about safety on bridges to the public.
Inspector Ian Martin said: "The currents and tides affecting the River Tay in the area of Perth make it very dangerous and there have been fatalities in the past when people have jumped into the river from the bridges in Perth."
He added that the force wanted to ask people to take the utmost care when they are around any area of open water, whether it be river, loch or sea and to discourage them from the dangerous act of ‘‘tombstoning’’ whether from cliffs, bridges, or harbour walls.