Police have made an arrest after reports that a man allegedly pulled a gun on bouncers at a Glasgow city centre bar which was packed with Christmas revellers.

Pictures taken outside Nico's Cafe Bar on Sauchiehall Street on Saturday night show a person, wearing a baseball cap backwards, appearing to aim a firearm in the direction of the venue.

It is claimed that a man aimed a pistol at the stewards who then disarmed him.

A steward holds a firearm in an image taken following the alleged incident

A photo taken at the scene shows a man being restrained on the pavement with a bouncer holding what looks like a handgun.

A third photo taken at the scene shows what appears to be two bullets in somebody's hand.

Police Scotland officers raced to the scene after the incident.

A person holds what looks like two bullets following the reported incident in Glasgow city centre

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Around 6.35pm on Saturday, December 21, police were called following reports of a man in possession of a firearm on Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow.

"A 32-year-old has been arrested and a firearm recovered."

The incident comes amid one of the busiest nights of the year for bars and clubs in the city during the last weekend before Christmas.

The moment the man aims what looks like a firearm outside Nico's Cafe Bar in Glasgow

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