A "gender reveal" party saw police called to Clydebank last night - with social media videos showing a number of people flouting lockdown rules. 

Videos of the incident circulated on social media showing a large group of people dancing and crowding inside a home. 

Officers confirmed they were called to the scene but that there "no party ongoing". 

But after the video of the house party, many frontline workers expressed their anger at the scenes. 

Glasgow Times:

One Twitter user wrote: "We have staff breaking down in store rooms in tears due to the mental health impact that working around Covid can bring and these selfish people do this."

Another social media user branded it a "slap in the face". 

They wrote: "Actually doing this is one thing, but brandishing it all over social media is another.

"A slap in the face to us frontline emergency workers who have no choice but to mix with those who may be showing symptoms/Covid 19 positive.

"I’ve been spat on by someone who displayed Covid 19 symptoms and I had to self isolate for two weeks. I’m asthmatic as well.

"But I will get up and go to work everyday because it’s what I signed up to do.

"A major slap in the bloody face. It completely discredits the amazing work the NHS and other key workers have done."

A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “Around 10.55pm we received a report of a party ongoing at a premises in Trafalgar Street, Clydebank.

“Officers attended but there was no party ongoing. Appropriate advice was given."