In order to fly to a holiday home in Loch Lomond, more than 30 Glaswegians violated the coronavirus ban.
On Sunday, a day after level four restrictions were rolled out across mainland Scotland, police were called to break up the party, STV reports.
Restrictions on level four forbid travel beyond one’s local authority.
In an attempt to prevent the spread of a highly transmissible strain of Covid-19, the increased steps arrived.
Following the lockout breaches, all 32 people involved were convicted.
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A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said, “On Sunday, December 27, at around 11.10 am, police received a report of a gathering at a rented property in Lochard Road, Aberfoyle.”
Officers visited the house and found 32 people inside. All 32 persons were charged with guilty and reckless actions and will be the subject of a report to the Prosecution Service of the Crown.
“The property was evacuated before police left it,” he said.
“Our latest coronavirus enforcement figures will be released on Monday.”
The First Minister also cautioned against major gatherings and visits to the homes of other people.
Nicola Sturgeon said, “The new variant is accelerating the spread. Please do not visit other people’s homes right now, including today.”