A woman was to appear in court today in connection with a rooftop drama at a historic former Aberdeen church.
The incident saw a major city centre street taped off for more than seven hours.
Broad Street was cordoned off on Saturday after the incident involving a woman on the roof of Greyfriars Church.
A 19-year-old was taken into police custody afterwards and was due to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court today charged in connection with the incident.
Police said they were called out to an incident involving a woman on the roof of the church.
A Police Scotland spokesman said nobody was injured as a result of the incident, which was resolved at around 6pm.
One onlooker said: “I wasn’t sure what was happening, but it looked quite serious and there was police tape up as well.
“It’s pretty unusual to see such a big commotion in the middle of the city centre.
“It seemed to be causing a fair bit of disruption with folk having to take alternative routes.”
Police were called to the busy street at around 10.30am and did not leave the scene until around 6pm.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service were also called to the scene to assist police.
The church, which was built in 1903, has lain empty since 2011 when the Church of Scotland decided to merge its congregations with that of Queen Street Church.
Hospitality giant G1 has planning permission to transform the A-listed building into a high-end bar and restaurant.