FIREFIGHTERS attended the Batgirl set in Trongate last night.

Eyewitnesses reported having seen smoke near the set as a fire engine arrived at the scene around 11.30pm at King Street.

It is understood that the response was a precaution for a scene the production crew was filming.

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A resident said: "A fake wall was put up at the dead-end of Parnie street last year, and when we were coming home last night, there was a load of smoke.

"The wall is now really charred and broken, but the crew said it was just a stunt and nothing to worry about.

"There was a real fire engine on the scene and about four crew members at the wall, and then around four fake police cars and two fake fire engines for filming."

This comes after Twitter user Batgirl Film News tweeted a video of Brendan Fraser as villan Firefly shooting a smoky scene.

A spokesperson from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said that there were no incidents on King Street in this time frame and they would have no record of the fire engine being deployed if it was precautionary.