An alcohol ban is in force on Glasgow Central trains destined for Troon after thousands of drunken teenagers descended on the Ayrshire beach last week. 

Thousands of drunken teenagers caused chaos last Tuesday while attending a 'beach party' that had been arranged on social media. 

Police Scotland and rail bosses have enforced an alcohol ban between 10am and 2pm on all Glasgow Central trains leaving for the popular tourist area as temperatures soar in Scotland

South Ayrshire Police confirmed extra officers will be patrolling the beach area and train stations for arrivals during peak time. 

Last week, shameful scenes showed drunken teenagers being carried from the beach while officers on horseback raced to the scene to control the mayhem. 

Police Scotland gathered images of the large quantities of alcohol seized from revellers throughout the day. 

Residents told local media they saw several young people were taken away in ambulances.

Three teenagers were taken to hospital and more than ten arrests were made.

A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman confirmed their attendance.

He said: "We received a call at 2.02pm on Tuesday, July 18 to attend an incident on South Beach, Troon.

“We dispatched seven crews, two managers and our special operations response team.

"Three patients in their teens were treated at the scene.

“Three patients, one male and two females, in their teens were take to UniversityHospital Crosshouse.”