PEOPLE are being warned not to turn up to an unofficial Jubilee party at a park which has been advertised on social networking sites.
Strathclyde Police said it was aware of posts online about the possibility of a party being organised at Glasgow's Kelvingrove Park this weekend.
It is the same location where an unofficial party was held in April last year for the royal wedding, which resulted in 21 people being arrested and a police officer being taken to hospital with a head injury.
Celebratory events are expected to be held across the country over the weekend to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Strathclyde Police posted on its Facebook page: "Whilst we want people to enjoy the Jubilee celebrations, we want them to do so safely and lawfully. Be aware that there's no relaxation of the street drinking bylaws and officers, together with Glasgow City Council enforcement officers, will be patrolling the park and surrounding areas to make sure people are sticking to the rules.
"If you break the law, you will be arrested. Why run the risk of spending the weekend in custody?"
A council spokesman added: "Glasgow City Council is aware that information has been circulating on social networking sites regarding a potential Jubilee party in Kelvingrove Park. Most people will know that a similar event last year, staged against our advice and without permission, ended in violent scenes and caused tens of thousands of pounds of damage to the park.
"There is no Jubilee event at Kelvingrove Park this weekend.
"The council wants people to enjoy the park during the holiday, but believes it is important they are able to do so in a way that is safe for all. We are working closely with Strathclyde Police to ensure that is the case.
"Park management rules will be rigorously enforced and anyone attempting to enter while carrying alcohol will be turned away. Nobody will be allowed to enter the park with a PA or sound system."