Police have fined 70 drivers over illegal parking on a road skirting Loch Lomond.

Forth Valley Police said they were called out on Saturday to help Stirling Council workers enforce parking regulations in the area.

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Officers said the parked vehicles on the road between Balmaha and Rowardennan posed a danger to other road users and 70 fixed penalty notices were issued.

Photographs showed lines of parked cars blocking the road.

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Forth Valley Police tweeted: "On Saturday, August 1, officers assisted our partners from Stirling Council enforcing the C6 road clearway between Balmaha and Rowardennan due to high numbers of vehicles parked illegally and causing a danger to other road users.

"A total of 70 fixed penalty tickets were issued."