POLICE in Glasgow have issued a warning after a group of youths caused a disorder at a cemetery in the Southside on Saturday.

Police Scotland confirmed officers attended the cemetery on Kilmailing Road, in Cathcart, around 3pm on June 18, after being alerted to a disorder. 

Four "intoxicated" young people were taken home and one female was charged with a racial breach of the peace. 

Meanwhile, cops in the south-east of the city have issues a warning on Twitter: "To clear up the confusion amongst some young people.

"This is a cemetery where people's loved ones lie in rest, not a drinking den, nor a place to cause a disturbance.

"Last night four intoxicated young people taken home, one charged with a racially aggravated public order offence."