Two dozen arrests at Stone Roses gig at Glasgow Green

Ian Brown Police made two dozen arrests at the Glasgow Green gig

Police made 24 arrests during and after the Stone Roses concert in Glasgow.

About 50,000 fans gathered at Glasgow Green on Saturday to hear the indie band from Manchester play in the city for the first time since 1990.

The event started in the afternoon, with performances by Primal Scream, The View and Jake Bugg.

A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said the arrests were for anti-social and drugs offences. A number of fixed penalty notices were also issued.

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