Celtic fans have been criticised by road safety campaigners for celebrating in the middle of the A9 near Perth.
An internet video showed the fans huddling to celebrate their SPL title win.
The clip was taken on the A9 dual carriageway just south of the Broxden roundabout at Perth.
The video called, The Huddle on the dual carriageway just after Perth, was initially posted on Facebook and later shared on Tayside Police’s own Facebook page.
The force has confirmed it is now reviewing the footage to see if any crime was committed.
The 25-second clip shows fans singing and dancing in a circle as well as other antics.
MSP and A9 safety campaigner Murdo Fraser criticised the stunt.
He said: “It is dangerous and foolish for football fans to celebrate on a busy trunk road, causing traffic disruption and endangering the lives of drivers on the A9.
"The complete disregard for road safety is disappointing and the accident rate on the A9 is already too high without this sort of behaviour."
Kathleen Braidwood, road safety officer at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) in Scotland, said: "It's good to see that these fans took the sensible approach of organising transport to take them to and from the match but a shame that their high spirits, possibly fuelled by alcohol, then resulted in them doing something that really wasn't the wisest thing for their own safety or that of other road users.
"We would encourage all drivers carrying passengers, whether in a private car or on a bus or coach, to think carefully about where to pull over safely if a stop becomes necessary."
A Tayside Police spokeswoman said: "Tayside Police is aware of the footage and is reviewing it.”