Susan Aitken has said it is “depressing" that grown adults are unable to celebrate their team’s success with "respect".

The Glasgow City Council leader took to social media to share her thanks for clean up crews after yesterday's Celtic celebrations.

We reported how 25,000 fans swarmed Trongate to mark the club's Scottish Premiership title win.

Glasgow Times: Fans swarmed Glasgow yesterdayFans swarmed Glasgow yesterday (Image: Newsquest)

Fans were pictured climbing on traffic lights, bus stops and structures, while flares were set off and the street was littered with rubbish.

Meanwhile 19 people were arrested and four cops were injured as Police Scotland said they had an "appropriate plan to maintain public safety and minimise disruption to local businesses and communities".

Susan Aitken posted on X, previously known as Twitter, saying: “Thanks to @GlasgowCC cleansing teams for their overnight clean-up.

“But it’s depressing and unacceptable that yet again a significant number of grown adults are unable to celebrate their team’s success while also respecting fellow citizens and public property.”

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Glasgow Times: Celtic fans were spotted in TrongateCeltic fans were spotted in Trongate (Image: Newsquest)

Council officials commended the "exceptional clean-up effort" which took place overnight.

A spokesperson for Glasgow City Council said: “As crowds began to disperse last night, they left a substantial amount of litter, debris and broken glass in a wide area around Glasgow Cross.

“After an exceptional clean-up effort by our teams overnight, the area is now clear – including the course for the Cancer Research UK Race for Life, which is taking place this morning.

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“There has been damage to infrastructure such as bus stops and traffic signals, but we do not yet know the full extent of what repairs will be necessary.

“This kind of damage, disruption and antisocial behaviour remains unacceptable. It should be possible to celebrate and show a basic level of consideration for others in the city at the same time.”

We reported how Superintendent John Menzies added: "I would like to thank our partner agencies and the wider public for their support.

"Unfortunately, we experienced some disorder including the use of pyrotechnics and alcohol-related offences. We took robust action to prevent these from escalating.

"Violence and assaults on members of the public or police officers is completely unacceptable and we continue to work to identify those responsible."