MUSIC fans are trying to flog their tickets for Miley Cyrus' Glasgow show following yet more controversial behaviour.

Online market site viagogo say they have had an influx of Scottish fans selling off their tickets for the Bagerz tour.

The website has been hit by an 86% rise in listings as people off-load their passes for her gig.

Viagogo bosses say tickets are being sold for almost half the face value for the Glasgow shows, with prices from £42.05.

The popstar hit the headlines again recently for her provocative behaviour and, this week, she rejected claims she took a drug overdose as her UK tour started in London.

The 21-year-old Wrecking Ball singer arrived on stage at The O2 by descending down a long, pink slide resembling her tongue, which was protruding from a giant image of her face.

She then greeted a predominantly young crowd with swear words.

A viagogo spokesperson said: "It's been reported that Miley Cyrus has 'lost the plot' and, if ticket listings are anything to go by, it seems the star's behaviour is certainly putting off her fans - and perhaps their parents - and driving them to resell tickets.

"We have seen 86% more tickets listed on our site since Miley's first London show on Tuesday.

"Fans who still want to catch a glimpse of the singer in action can now pick up a bargain on site."

Cyrus is scheduled to perform at Glasgow's SSE Hydro on Monday.