Police were forced to conduct a search of Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow to investigate a possible ‘bomb threat’.
Police and hospital security personnel responded immediately after a “threatening phone call” about the hospital at 5pm on Sunday.
However, nothing suspicious was found and the call was considered ‘unreliable’ and ‘no threat to the public’.
A police spokesman said: “We received a threatening phone call from Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, around 5pm on Sunday, October 10.
Officers responded and the NHS inquired with our partners in Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
“The threat was not found credible and no threat to the public was identified.”