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Police Scotland's Air Unit is already cracking down on those refusing to follow government advice on social distancing and staying at home.

Yesterday, the coronavirus bill was approved - which means Police Scotland now have the powers and authority to enforce government advice by law. 

Those who refuse to follow the guidance set out by the UK and Scottish governments could face fines of up to £30. 

READ MORE: Police Scotland gain coronavirus powers to enforce UK lockdown

Already, the air force has managed to issue four tickets to people in Pollock caught disobeying the government's rules. 

A picture taken by a police helicopter shows four people gathered at Pollok Park yesterday afternoon.

A Tweet from the Police Air Scotland Unit reads: "Four persons issued with ASB tickets at Pollok Park, Glasgow this afternoon.

"Our message is clear: STAY HOME."