Restaurant staff in Glasgow were visited by a famous face recently.

The team at La Lanterna in the city's Kelvinbridge were delighted to serve Kevin Bridges earlier this week.

The Clydebank comedian posed for a photo with staff at the Italian eatery, which is known for its frequent visits by Rangers and Celtic stars.

A spokesperson said: "The man, the myth, the legend… Scotland’s favourite comedian @kevinbridgescomedian joined us for some Italian classics.

"We hope you had a lovely meal and we hope to see you back again soon."

It comes after we reported that the funnyman revealed a wild party with Paolo Nutini and a Still Game star resulted in his neighbours being 'livid'.

When the 36-year-old first moved into a flat in the city's West End, he had the Sunny Side Up singer and actor Paul Riley over for a soirée.

But when Paolo began performing some tunes at the gathering, Bridges' neighbours were far from happy about the noise and he said "I eventually had to move."