An investigation has been launched amid claims that a Dundee taxi driver used a dating site to offer sex in his car.
A complaint has been made to Dundee City Council, and passed to police, in relation to a post made on the Fabguys.com website.
The listing on the site – which has now been removed – appeared to include pictures of the driver with his taxi badge.
It also said he can “always be found” at the taxi rank by Dundee railway station and that his taxi could be used for sex.
Images of the page showed a mobile phone number and nude photos of the man, many of which had him posing with his council-issued taxi licence. It also listed a number of sexual activities he enjoyed.
The page said he would “prefer quick meets either outdoors or in my taxi”. It added encounters could take place in his home.
A council spokesman said: “We have received a complaint and this has been passed to Police Scotland.”
A police spokesman said officers would investigate, but if no criminality had taken place, the matter would lie with the council.
When approached for comment, the driver said he had “no idea” about the website and said the conversation was “disgusting”.
He hung up the phone when asked if he denied the claims.