Emergency services raced to rescue a tombstoning teenager stuck at the base of Arbroath cliffs.
Both of Arbroath’s RNLI lifeboats launched at around 8:55pm on Saturday to rescue the boy who have become trapped.
A small group of teenagers had been diving near the Horseshoe cave when one found himself stuck, clinging to the rocks, with an incoming tide.
The lifeboat crew took to social media to stay at home during the lockdown to protect themselves and the volunteers.
The teenager was rescued by coastguards after friends and passers-by alerted the emergency services.
The Inshore Lifeboat Robert Fergusson removed the youngster from the cliffs and transferred him back to the harbour, where he was checked over by paramedics.
The coastguard crew also warned of the dangers of tombstoning as submerged items in the water may not be visible and could cause serious injury or paralysis if hit.
Lifeboat Operations Manager, Alex Smith, said: “Thankfully our volunteer crews were able to attend the incident quickly and bring the casualty safely back to shore.
“However we must urge members of the public to continue following government advice during the current pandemic to ensure the safety of themselves and our crews.”