This is the moment when a gang on dirt bikes kicked up dirt and mud on a police car parked at the side of the road.
The incident is understood to have happened during an unofficial car meeting on Beach Boulevard in Aberdeen on Saturday night.
Hundreds of car fans came to the unauthorized event to show off their cars.
The event was also attended by numerous people on scramblers and bicycles.
They also damaged police cars and threw objects at police officers present.
Footage of the massive group on dirt bikes in the area surfaced on social media.
The video shows about six of the people lining up on the grass strip between the street and the sidewalk.
They then begin spraying dirt on a police car parked at the side of the road while their rear wheels dug into the ground.
A few more join in and a huge pile of mud is kicked up and squirts all over the vehicle.
The end of the video shows the amount of dirt on the car.
The gang on the bikes caused damage to police vehicles and also threw objects at officers.
Nobody was injured.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Several people on scramblers and bicycles were present during the event causing damage to police vehicles and throwing objects at officers dispatched to the event.”
“No officers were injured.
“This type of behavior is totally unacceptable, inconsiderate and dangerous.”
“Our investigation into the riots is ongoing.”
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