Dramatic scenes captured of a car skidding down a city centre street have been described as "Glasgow's budget version of Tokyo Drift".

The video captures a black vehicle snaking down Blythswood Street. It is unknown if the driver lost control or if they were 'drifting' on purpose.

Dangerous driving in Scotland is deemed as a serious offence. Anybody caught in the act could serve a 12-month sentence in jail or be fined up to £10,000. 

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Earlier this week, we told how a Tesla car had slid down the same street and crashed into the back of a parked vehicle. 

While weather warnings have been lifted across Glasgow, subzero temperatures are expected to stretch across the remainder of the day.

Residents are urged to take caution on untreated roads and surfaces.