Huge crowds gathered in Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Park despite current coronavirus restrictions urging people to ‘stay at home’.
Police were called to the park at around 4.30pm on Wednesday.
One witness told STV News that they spotted officers dispersing the crowds as well as forcing people to pour out their alcohol.
Rules on outdoor meetings in Scotland were eased on Friday.
Four adults from two separate households are now allowed to meet up for social and recreational purposes as well as exercise.
The ‘stay at home’ restriction will be lifted on April 2 and replaced with guidance to ‘stay local’ for at least three weeks.
Police Scotland said no one was arrested and no fines have been issued.
Officers remain in attendance and will continue to patrol the area.
A force spokesperson said: “Around 4.30pm on Wednesday, March 17, police received a report of a large crowd gathering within Kelvingrove Park.
“Officers are in attendance and are engaging with the members of the public.
“Those involved are heeding the police’s advice and are dispersing.
“There have been no arrests and no one has been issued with a fixed penalty notice. Officers will continue to patrol the area.”