Police were called to an anti-lockdown march in Glasgow on Saturday as hundreds of people were pictured protesting Covid-19 rules in Scotland.
Protesters gathered at Glasgow Green at 1pm on Saturday and, according to police, began an unplanned procession through the city centre.
Some of them were pictured carrying placards saying “Do you trust your ‘govern’ment with your life?” and “vaccine passports means your body will be owned by the state forever”.
One witness said about 1,000 people were taking part.
1. Anti-lockdown protest
One protester wearing a Nicola Sturgeon mask and a T-shirt which reads: "Make vaccine manufacturers liable again!" Photo: Jane Barlow
2. Anti-lockdown protest
Hundreds of people attended the protest which started at Glasgow Green. These protesters was pictures just outside Queen Street Station. Photo: Jane Barlow
3. Anti-lockdown protest
An activist holding a sign which says: "Do you trust your Govern'ment with your life?" Photo: Jane Barlow
4. Anti-lockdown protest
Another person taking part in the protest carrying a sign which says: "You should be the only person to decide how well you can breathe". Photo: Jane Barlow