US president Joe Biden's arrival in Glasgow yesterday for COP26 did not go unnoticed thanks to his army of secret service vehicles. 

And it seems his departure from the conference also captured the imagination of the city after a Twitter user captured POTUS (President of The United States) in his aptly named vehicle the Beast in Finnieston. 

In a hilarious tweet, Twitter user Malcolm Jack shared an image of the car outside popular bakery chain Greggs and said: "Scenes you never imagined you would see: POTUS in the Beast, outside Greggs in Finnieston."

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The post went viral as thousands liked and retweeted it. 

Paul Haire replied: "Imagining a scene from 'The West Wing' where POTUS orders two sausage rolls and a tea to go for breakfast."

Alasdair McKenzie added: "This is the #COP26 content I’m here for."

Another joked: "Passing the temple of the God of lunch time."

Another beamed: "If this is the only good thing to come out of #COP26 then I'd say it's been worth every penny and all the hassle. A beautiful capture, I salute you."

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Glasgow Times:

The beast which Biden was travelling in is a seven-seat black armoured limousine reportedly costing two million US dollars (£1.5 million) and is designed to give the President the ultimate protection.

It can be turned into a sealed panic room with oxygen tanks, night-vision camera and reinforced steel plating said to be able to resist bullets, chemical attacks and bombs.

The Cadillac has Kevlar-reinforced tyres and steel rims that can keep the vehicle moving even if the tyres have been destroyed.

Bottles of the president’s blood type are carried on board in case of a medical emergency, and a satellite phone enables communication to be maintained from anywhere in the world.

As well as being able to defend the president, the car also features a host of attacking capabilities, such as a pump-action shotgun and a tear gas cannon.

Staff typically involved in an overseas trip include Secret Service post-standers, military communications specialists and White House aides.

The president has at his side at all times a White House doctor and one of five rotating military aides who carry the nuclear “football” – equipped with communication tools and a book with prepared war plans.