A Glasgow housing association has issued a warning after a planter was damaged.

Maryhill Housing Association (MHA) sent out the message on their Facebook page, warning vandals that "serious action" can be taken against anyone caught destroying property.

This comes after a flowerpot on Glenavon Road was vandalised.

An MHA spokesperson said: "It has come to our attention that one of our planters was recently damaged at Glenavon Road.

"Damaging public property and other forms of anti-social behaviour (ASB) might seem like a laugh for some, but this kind of behaviour can negatively affect those living in the local area and even make them feel unsafe.

"ASB is something we take very seriously at Maryhill Housing. It is unacceptable, and if proven, we can take serious action against the perpetrators.

"To find out more about what is classed as ASB and how to make a complaint, please visit here."