THESE were the scenes in Glasgow on Saturday as hundreds of Celtic fans poured out onto the streets at the Gallowgate.

The planned parade to celebrate the Hoops’ treble treble victory was then cancelled amid safety fears.

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An open top bus procession through the streets had been due to leave Clyde Street at 6.30pm.

However, the parade was cancelled an hour later as so many fans swarmed the area amid fears the bus could not pass through safely.

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Police told fans lining the streets at around 7.30pm that the event would not go ahead because crowds were not moving off the road.

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Celtic FC said they hope to have another event to celebrate the victory "in the near future".

Despite the cancellation, the news failed to damped fans’ spirits as they danced and cheered along Trongate, High Street and Saltmarket.