Firefighters were called to Dundee’s city centre amid fears an aerial was going to fall from a four-storey building.
Crews responded after a member of the public raised concerns about the aerial at the Seagate at around 7pm on Sunday.
A witness said: “People started looking out their windows at what was happening. The crew used a cherry picker to get to the object — it was an aerial which had fallen and was hanging precariously.”
A spokesman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We had one appliance down to remove a dangerous aerial that was loose on the building.
“A member of the public phoned in to report the aerial at the Seagate. The team removed the aerial from the building.”