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'Bedlam' Police break up illegal coronavirus gathering in Glasgow tunnel

Police were forced to break up a large illegal coronavirus breaching gathering in a Glasgow tunnel.Cops were called to a report of the illegal 'party' on Kelvindale Road in the west end of the city at around 3.20am on Sunday morning.Officers attended and four people received fines for breaching coronavirus regulations while the rest of the group dispersed.A 20-year-old man was also charged with culpable and reckless conduct.The Kelvindale tunnel is around 200 yards long and was only in use for 24 years, between 1896 and 1920.It was used as a part of the Caledonian Railway’s Temple branch line and is now abandoned and overgrown.Locals in the Kelvindale area said there was around 20-30 youths in attendance at the gathering.One source said: "I.

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