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7:25PM GMT 16 Feb 2015
A Valentine's Day cinema screening of Fifty Shades of Grey ended in chaos when three women were arrested for attacking a man.
Witnesses claim the bust-up started after the victim asked the "worse for the wear" women to quieten down during a viewing on Saturday evening.
Police then rushed to Grosvenor Cinema in Glasgow's west end where they arrested three women.
Cinema visitors also claimed the man had been glassed and that staff were forced to wipe blood from seats before the next screening of the film.
But police have dismissed suggestions that glass was used in the assault.
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Investigations are now taking place to determine the exact circumstances, but it is understood no-one suffered serious injuries in the incident.
Michael Bolton, 33, from Glasgow, who had gone to see the raunchy flick with his wife, Yvonne, 32, said he saw three women being arrested when he arrived.
He said: "Besides being the worst film I have ever seen, three women were getting arrested and put in a police van when we arrived.
"A woman came out the theatre and said that a guy had been glassed.
"One woman was in handcuffs and another two women were in tears. She said that three or four girls had been very loud and were shouting.
"The man had asked them to shut up and he was glassed. It's a cinema where you can buy drink.
The incident happened at an early evening showing of 50 Shades Of Grey
"Only in Glasgow are police called to the cinema. This type of behaviour happens at pubs and nightclubs, but you don't expect that at a cinema.
"The guys at the cinema were tidying up the blood before going in. They were wiping down seats before the start of the 8.20pm film.
"There were also several incredibly drunk women vomiting in the aisle and corridor and several complaints from the other screen about drunk and rowdy folk."
A local barman, who did not wish to be named, said: "We knew there was an incident but we didn't expect it to be at Fifty Shades of Grey.
"We heard that a guy had asked women to quieten down because they were spoiling the film and one of them hit him with a bottle.
"A guy who had been in the cinema said it was pretty much unprovoked and the victim was shocked."
Another worker on Ashton Lane said the women looked "worse for wear with drink" as she was bundled into the police car.
He said: "There were three women being led outside and I'm sure on of them was cuffed.
"She looked the worse for wear with drink."
A spokeswoman for Grosvenor cinema said: "I can confirm that an incident occurred on Saturday 14 February following an early evening showing of 50 Shades Of Grey.
"This was an isolated incident that was dealt with rapidly by cinema staff and stewards, as a result of which, Police Scotland attended and made an arrest.
"Despite press reports, nobody was glassed and a wine bottle was not used as a weapon. Those involved did not require hospital attention.
"We welcomed nearly 2000 customers over the weekend, including four further showings on Saturday night which passed without incident."
Police sources said no glass was used in the assault.
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: "At approximately 8pm on Saturday 14 February police responded to reports of a disturbance at the Grosvenor cinema.
"Three women have been arrested for alleged disorder offences and inquiries continue to determine the full circumstances surrounding the incident." Got this off facebook made me lmfgao Quality.