POLICE Scotland have been trolling England rugby fans following last night's Murrayfield win.

They joined their colleagues at South Wales Police’s roads unit, who poked fun at English spectators following Scotland's victory.

Jokers behind the social media accounts took part in a bit of banter, referencing England’s unofficial anthem of Swing Low Sweet Chariot.

The Welsh team said: “Apparently Police Scotland are attending a report of a wheel having come off a chariot!!!”

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Police Scotland’s road unit replied with: “We can confirm that the broken down chariot has now been recovered from Murrayfield Stadium, however traffic is still slow moving on the count of all the pedestrians celebrating in the immediate vicinity.

“Motorists are advised to travel with caution.”

As well as the road team, Police Scotland Control Rooms also referenced “singing and cheering” across the country.

They said: “We are receiving calls reporting singing & cheering across Scotland but it seems particularly focused on the area of Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh.

“We have alerted all on duty officers and will investigate these reports.

“Some beat officers will walk 500 miles to investigate.”