A VIDEO has emerged which claims to show a T in the Park reveller rolling around out of control under the influence of drugs – before a single note had been played.
The man, who according to friends, had taken “half a tablet”, is seen flattening a tent during the bizarre clip.
The video was uploaded on Thursday night and claims to show an incident earlier in the day as fans arrived for the music festival.
A pal commented on the Facebook page Being oot yer nut at T in the Park that the man had spent £300 on his ticket, £30 on a bus, £50 for a tent and £80 on new clothes – only to be kicked out before the first band took to the stage.
He described the waste of £460 as “priceless”.
But the video, if genuine, is likely to raise concerns about the extent of drug use at T in the Park, where sniffer dogs have been brought in to try to combat illegal substances.
Tens of thousands of music lovers are attending the three-day event, which is being held for the first time at its new venue, Strathallan, Perthshire.
The clip was uploaded on Thursday night to a Facebook page called and shows a man in shorts and a T-shirt who clearly appears to be under the influence of drugs.
A poster claims the man has taken “half a swedge” – slang for a tablet, usually of Ecstasy.
The man falls over, watched by medics, security guards and other festival goers.
At one point he goes into a bizarre gym routine, pushing up his legs and rolling around before flattening a tent.
He is dragged off the tent and pinned to the ground by a man who straddles him. A security guard then moves in to stop the filming.