Dennis the Menace takes Queen's baton as relay arrives in Dundee
Thousands turned out on the streets of Dundee for the latest stage of the Queen's Baton Relay.
One of Dundee's most famous fictional sons took the Queen's baton as it reached the city on Friday.
Comic book character Dennis the Menace carried the baton as the relay continued its trip around Scotland in the run up to the Commonwealth Games.
The mischievous Dennis is the creation of Dundee firm, DC Thomson, and handed the baton on to the first Dundee bearer, Team Scotland doctor, Alastair Nicol.
Over one hundred people nominated for their good deeds took their turn to carry the baton through the city.
The route took in landmarks such as Antarctic explorer Discovery, where baton bearer Rachel Beattie acknowledged its global journey so far.
She said: "Just knowing where it's been and knowing where it's going is outstanding. To think I have been picked to hold it today that's unbelievable."
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