A mass brawl kicked off in a beer garden on the first day they reopened in Scotland on Monday.
Video footage of the fight shows more than a dozen people caught up in the melee in Cathcart, Glasgow, just hours after people were allowed to drink together as the lockdown was eased.
The clip appears to show two young men wrestling on the ground as other frantic pub goers attempted to pull the feuding duo apart.
One man who stepped in to try to stop the fight appears to become stuck on the ground after his leg became wedged underneath the two fighters.
Meanwhile, one young woman is helped up from the ground by another lady before screaming ‘who do you think you are’ at the Good Samaritan.
Police were called to the scene at around 6.50pm but found no disturbance and received no complaints.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Around 6.50pm on Monday, 7 July, officers were called to the Merrylee Road area of Glasgow, following reports of a disturbance.
“There were no signs of an incident when officers arrived and no complaints were made.”
Dozens of pubs were able to partially reopen on Monday after more than three months of lockdown due to the pandemic.
Scores of Scots flocked to venues with outdoor areas for their first socially-distanced swally as publicans hailed the day as a ‘resounding success’.
Drinkers will be able to go inside pubs in Scotland from Wednesday, July 15 as the restrictions are eased.
New safety measures have been implemented at many pubs including wider spacing of outdoor tables, perspex screens and table service by PPE-wearing staff.
Another stark change includes pub goers being asked to provide their name and phone number to the business as part of NHS Scotland’s Trace and Protect system.
People who are in a beer garden with someone who has tested positive for the virus may be ordered to self-isolate for a period of 14 days.
Guidance on the Scottish Government website reads: “In the event an individual who has been in such a venue tests positive for Covid-19, NHS Scotland’s Test and Protect service may ask for details of anyone present at the same time in order to contact them and advise them to isolate.”