FURIOUS Glaswegians have hit out at a subway travel warning issued ahead of Sunday's Arctic Monkeys gig at Bellahouston Park. 

We previously reported SPT had confirmed there will be no Glasgow Subway services after 6pm tomorrow (June 25) and they would therefore not be operating after the show ends. 

In a statement shared on Twitter, they wrote: "Going to see @ArcticMonkeys at Bellahouston Park on Sunday?

"Please be aware that there will be no Subway services after 6pm and the system will not be operating when the concert finishes."

Now, Glaswegians have hit out at the decision to not extend services for the event calling it a "shambles". 

One person wrote: "What a shambles. Glasgow doesn't deserve to hold big events."

Another said: "I’m sorry @GLASubwayTravel this is no longer acceptable.

"This is the 21st century, not the 19th - get the network moving."

A third person added: "This is possibly the most absurd aspect of public transport in Glasgow.

"'Thinking of doing something on the weekend? Don't!'"

Another asked: "What's the point In having a subway if it doesn't do what it was designed to do? Just close it for good."

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SPT was also criticised for not extending services last night following Muse's performance at Bellahouston Park. 

One person claimed: "Absolutely pathetic as was the decision to close the subway at 11.10pm last night, only 10 minutes after the Muse concert finished, allowing next to no time for punters to get to Ibrox station.

"Joke of a transport organisation."

An SPT spokesperson said: "Subway endeavours to support various events in the city throughout the year and will extend services if at all possible.

"The early close on Sunday evening is crucial as allows for essential maintenance and for more intensive work from the modernisation programme to be completed."