A Scottish Tory MP was removed from a Westminster pub by police, it has been claimed.

Ross Thomson, who is the MP for Aberdeen South, was said to be involved in an incident at Strangers' Bar in parliament last night. 

Guido Falkes reports that an allegedly intoxicated Thomson was removed from the pub.

The report claims that the MP was led out of the bar several times before police were called and he was taken away.

There has been no comment from the MP so far.

According to reports, the Serjeant at Arms, who is in charge of security within the House of Commons, has been informed.

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Met Police said they were called to a bar in the Commons at around 11pm following "a report of sexual touching" involving three men.

They confirmed no arrests and no formal allegations were made.

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A Scottish Conservative spokesman added: "We are aware of reports of an incident last night and the matter is being looked into. We have no further comment to make at this stage."

Ross Thomson has been an MP for Aberdeen South since June 2017, previously serving as an MSP, and has become known as a "hardline" supporter of Brexit.

In April 2018 Mr Thomson was criticised for joking about Saddam Hussein in Iraq while condemning chemical weapon attacks by his latter day equivalent.

In December 2018 the MP hit headlines after falling for a TV hoax about an ethical drug-dealing app.

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