Music icon Noel Gallagher took a cheeky dig at a local tourist attraction after performing at BBC Music’s Biggest Weekend.
Thousands of revellers descended on Scone Palace for the event, headlined on Saturday by the Oasis legend’s new band Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.
Gallagher, 50, couldn’t resist a friendly poke at the historic Perthshire attraction, penning a cheeky message in its visitor book.
He wrote: “A Palace? My gaff’s bigger than this.” Just to show he was being tongue-in-cheek, the star signed his message with two kisses.
Noel closed the Tayside leg of the UK-wide BBC event with a 90-minute set on Saturday evening.
Hits from his High Flying Birds, Oasis and The Beatles prompted a mass sing-a-long from the crowd.
See tonight’s Evening Telegraph for more on the Biggest Weekend and a special eight-page picture pull-out.