McDonald's has started playing classical music in a branch notorious for bad behaviour in a bid to calm troublemakers.
Police have been called to the fast-food branch in Glasgow's Argyle Street a whopping 200 times in just 14 months.
As a result, bosses at the restaurant - which is Scotland's busiest branch - have started to play Beethoven, Bach and Handel, the Daily Record reported.
Compositions are pumped out of speakers to encourage calm behaviour.
One customer said: "I've been a regular at this McDonald's for years and it has always been quite lively.
"In the past few years, things seemed to have just got out of hand a little.
"We heard classical music being played the other night and it was actually quite pleasant."