A MAN has been charged with a number of offences following a huge police response in Glasgow’s South Side.

Four police vans, three cars and officers with sniffer dogs on foot reportedly rushed to Mr Wu’s Disco Kitchen on Kilmarnock Road late on Sunday night.

Locals had taken to social media, with one describing how “it’s all kicking off in Shawlands.” She added: “Heard the sirens!”

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Another user posted a video clip showing the scale of the police response in the area.

A man, who claimed to be from the Asian resturant in question, replied: “Hey guys, Mr Wu here... Everyone’s okay, can’t say much just now but we’re fine!”

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A Police Scotland spokeswoman has since told the Evening Times: “A 41-year-old man was arrested and charged in connection with an number of offences, including assault, in Kilmarnock Road, Glasgow, that police were called to at around 10pm on May 12.”

The force did not provide any more details.