A man has been charged after allegedly throwing hot soup at volunteers giving out free food to homeless people in Glasgow.
Police were called to Argyle Street after receiving reports of a disturbance at around 9.45pm on Saturday.
Homeless Project Scotland revealed that workers who were giving out free food were “attacked with hot soup”.
A man was arrested and charged in connection with the incident. He was later released on an undertaking.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We were called around 9.45pm on Sunday, July 9, to a report of a disturbance in Arygle Street, Glasgow.
“A man was arrested nearby. He was charged in connection with assault and released on an undertaking. A report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.”
A spokesperson for Homeless Project Scotland said: “We are here to feed not to be attacked.
“Thank you to @PoliceScotland for the quick response.”