Revellers could be seen crowding Kelvingrove Park with no regard for physical distancing mere hours after police pleas to keep the park "safe". 

"Social distancing - what social distancing," was asked by a Twitter used as a video of the scene in the park was shared on social media. 

Crowds could be seen ignoring the Scottish Government's social distancing rules which are still in place to limit the spread of Covid-19.

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This week Scotland entered phase 2 of lockdown, with some restrictions being eased, but official guidance still advises that people keep a two-metres distance. 

A campaign released by the Scottish Government this week, FACTS, explicitly lists two-metre social distancing to help Scots stay safe. 

On Saturday, area inspector Paul Daley noted there has been an increase in antisocial behaviour "often fuelled by alcohol" in Kelvingrove Park. 

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He blasted the behaviour as "not acceptable" and warned officers would be patrolling the park to deal with any antisocial behaviour.

He said: "Kelvingrove Park should be a safe space for everyone, however, recently, we have seen an increase in antisocial behaviour, caused by a minority of people.

"Let's all work together to keep Kelvingrove Park safe and welcoming for all."

Police Scotland was contacted for comment about the scenes on Saturday.