Thousands took to the streets of Edinburgh in a third day of protests against Donald Trump’s UK visit.
They demonstrated as the US president played golf during a visit to his Turnberry resort on the Ayrshire coast.
Trump is in Scotland with his wife and family on a private visit ahead of his summit with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on Monday.
During his golf round he was booed by demonstrators gathered at the perimeter of the resort complex.
Earlier, police confirmed that they were investigating how a paraglider was able to fly over Turnberry with a banner criticising Trump.
The president’s visit to Scotland has been accompanied by a major security operation.
Police snipers are positioned on tiers of temporary scaffolding overlooking the golf course, with a large number of other officers patrolling the grounds and surrounding area.
He travelled north of the border for the weekend after meeting Prime Minister Theresa May at Chequers and The Queen at Windsor on Friday.
Secretary of State for Scotland David Mundell greeted Trump after his Air Force One jet landed at Prestwick Airport in Scotland on Friday evening.
The US president did not meet Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, however, she denied she had refused to see him.