A SKI resort in Glencoe has gone viral on Facebook after explaining an image from their live webcam to avoid "concern".

The social media team posted a picture of two staff members on the resort dry slope with the caption: "Just in case anyone is concerned regarding the current images for our dry slope webcam, I can confirm it's our staff carrying out BASP first aid training."

The post which has over 30,000 likes has been shared widely.

One replied to the post: "Where can I apply for this role? Feel I would be really good at it," and another compared it to the "I'm a Celebrity final challenge."

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Others said the scene looked like it was the "morning after the Christmas party" with one person reacting with, "Now that was a works Christmas party to remember ...".

Some also compared the image's accuracy to portraying when your "social battery runs out". One person said: "The one in the red sweater is actually me when my social battery dies," and another wrote, "When you are feeling very people out and need the space."

Glencoe Mountain Resort is a ski area that operates on Meall a' Bhuiridh in some of the most dramatic mountain scenery in Scotland. 

Established in 1956, it is Scotland's oldest ski centre and is situated on the A82, 26 miles south of Fort William and 23 miles north of Crianlarich.