Officers from Aberdeen have been praised by the public over the ten-pin bowling video that emerged on social media.
The video below was from a CCTV camera posted by Police Scotland as the first original video had went viral showing officers joining in with a group.
Area Commander Chief Inspector Graeme Mackie said: “Aberdeen is a vibrant and safe city and we are pleased that revellers enjoyed themselves throughout the weekend in a light hearted manner. It is encouraging to see this interaction between our officers and the public.
“Officers are keen to engage with the community in positive ways and it is no coincidence that interaction like that shown in the video resulted in few arrests and no serious assaults over the weekend.
“Violent crime in the city centre is still falling thanks to our Operation Oak initiative, yet it is something our officers do have to deal with and so it is good to be able to highlight that the majority of individuals do engage well with us. The reduction in violent crime is because of this positive relationship we have with the community and we will continue to work hard to ensure this remains to be the case.”