WATCH as Glasgow reacts to dozens of cars queuing for Costa Drive thrus, leaving cars piling up onto the main road. 

Cars have queued up in Braehead following the reopening of the Costa Coffee for drive-thru in the area. 

A source, who wishes to remain anonymous, told The Glasgow Times stewards were telling cars to stop joining the queues as they were reaching the main road and roundabout. 

They said: “There were so many people sitting waiting in their cars. 

“It was mental. The queues stretched out onto the road and a man was telling people to stop joining because it was getting ridiculous."

Costa Coffee announced it will reopen another 29 stores for delivery and Drive-Thru on Friday. 

They wrote on Twitter they had a "fantastic response from our team members and customers" and will be "increasing the number of Drive-Thru lanes & stores open for delivery via Uber Eats from tomorrow", with the "support of the Government". 

Starbucks has not announced an official reopening of its UK stores. 

Some people took to Twitter to share their views on whether or not a visit to a Drive-Thru was 'essential'. 

One wrote: "Just passed Costa Coffee opposite the Audi garage at Braehead. There's a queue of cars stretching out to the main road. Have folk gone mad!"

Another said: Costa Braehead drive thru open from tomorrow... is a drive thru essential travel?"

One Glasgow Times reader commented: "What is with those people? It's the same when McDonald's, Burger King, Five Guys etc open their Drive Thru's. Buy a jar of coffee,make your own burgers."

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