GLASGOW residents were forced to scour the streets for their cars after they were moved by Batgirl production crews, reports say. 

Cars parked on Ingram Street in the Merchant City were removed to allow for filming on Tuesday, March 1.

Glasgow Live reports residents received no notice that their cars would be moved and they were also not told where they had been moved to. 

Stephen Sean Keeley said he found his car "dumped" several streets away in a no-loading zone with a Glasgow City Council parking ticket. 

He said: "The Batgirl crews moved everyone’s cars on Ingram Street for filming without notifying them, then dumped them streets away.

"I eventually found my car on Wilson Street after wandering the streets looking for it.

"It was left on double yellows outside Citation and had been ticketed by the council.

"I have a residents parking permit from the council and was parked legally in a bay with no signage of filming put up when I parked there.

"I wasn’t parked incorrectly in the first place."

Stephen said there was no signage on the street when he parked and there has been no communication from both the council and the film's production company.  

He has appealed the parking ticket. 

Glasgow City Council told Glasgow Live those ticketed due to their car being moved will have to follow the appeals process.