ROGUE dial-a-drink services are delivering booze to underage schoolkids in Glasgow parks.

Police believe some dodgy firms are selling alcohol to youngsters who order carry-outs on social media.

Top city cop Superintendent Thom McLoughlin today warned anyone caught flouting the law by selling to children would be prosecuted.

Several ‘dial-a-drink’ delivery services are operating on social media websites across Greater Glasgow.

Booze, including Buckfast, Mad Dog 20/20, vodka and cider, is delivered to properties throughout the night.

However, it is an offence in Scotland to deliver alcohol between midnight and 6am.

Superintendent McLoughlin told the Evening Times: "We are aware of alcohol delivery services who deliver to underage children.

"The people behind these websites don't care about who they are selling to, all they care about it profit."

His warning comes after a Glasgow couple were busted over claims they ran an illegal ‘dial-a-drink’ delivery service on social media.

The Evening Times joined police as they carried out daring dawn raids in the East End earlier this week.

It was the first time police in the UK have swooped on someone accused of illegal selling alcohol throughout the night.

A 36-year-old man and 37-year-old woman were arrested in connection with a range of alleged offences.

They were released on an undertaking and are due to appear in court at a later date.

Inspector Matthew Webb, who led Operation Talpa, said ‘dial-a-drink’ services are linked to an increase in violence, disorder and anti-social behaviour.

He said: “People involved in the illegal sale of alcohol will sell to anyone, no matter what are they are or how much they have already had to drink."

Police said the booze can often be sold with a mark up of around 300% and a delivery fee of around £5 will also be charged.

Superintendent McLoughlin added: "Selling alcohol to underage children can have a huge impact on communities.

"It is vital that we take pro-active action."