A PROBE has been launched after a woman was allegedly spiked by injection at a nightclub in Glasgow. 

The incident is alleged to have taken place at Nice N Sleazy's on Sauchiehall Street on Thursday evening. 

Detectives have confirmed that they are investigating the claims and are carrying out inquiries into the alleged incident. 

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Officers in Glasgow are carrying out inquiries into a post relating to an allegation of spiking within a premises on Sauchiehall Street on Thursday, October 14.”

Elsewhere, police have been investigating a series of reports of women being spiked during nights out at different venues across Scotland. 

Two women reported to have been injected with a substance in Edinburgh and Dundee, while a third woman claimed to have had her drink spiked in Stirling. 

Police said investigations into the Edinburgh incident, which allegedly took place at The Liquid Room on Saturday, October 9, are at an early stage.

The Dundee incident, which allegedly happened at Captain’s Cabin, is also being probed.

It comes after a series of posts emerged on social media in relation to the alleged use of injections to spike women, with multiple people reporting small marks appearing on their backs and arms after nights outs.