A man has been arrested after a car was seen performing doughnuts outside a supermarket in West Lothian.
Following several complaints from Livingston residents, officers were out to crack down on anti-social behaviour at both Howden Park and Asda, off Almondvale Road South.
Police said that the repeated circular manoeuvres in the supermarket’s car park on Friday evening were not the kind of doughnuts they liked.
A spokesperson for West Lothian Police said: “Everyone knows police officers love doughnuts however not when the doughnuts are the type done in a vehicle by a driver almost five times the legal drinking limit.”
A 23-year-old man was arrested and a spokesperson for Police Scotland said a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal in due course.
Between Friday, April 30, and Saturday, May 1, officers from West Lothian road policing and community policing teams took part in a local operations resulting in three offenders being reported to court, five were issued with Fixed Penalty Notices, one prohibition order issued against a motorcyclist and a further 13 people warned for other driving infringements.
A spokesperson for the force said: “Further dates are planned for similar activity to target those who continue to behave in an anti-social manner either through alcohol or their driving behaviour.”