A Glasgow cafe’s Line of Duty themed biscuits have become a sell-out smash.
Brooklyn Cafe in the city’s southside has created a series of sweet treats containing quotes and terms used in the cop drama.
Favourites such as ‘bent coppers’, ‘mother of God’ and ‘now we’re sucking diesel’ feature on the range of biscuits.
More technical terms such as ‘CHIS’ (Covert Human Intelligence Source) , ‘OCG’ (Organised Crime Group) and ‘AC-12’ (Anti-Corruption Unit 12) also appear.
And the biscuits have sold-out on a number of occasions as the latest series of the police drama airs on BBC.
Brooklyn Cafe couldn’t help but post a picture of the biscuits following last Sunday’s incredibly dramatic episode – which has been regarded as one of the best ever.
Captioning the post, the cafe said: “After selling out yesterday, we have gone big on the Line of Duty biscuits for today.
“Who is getting some of these for tonight’s episode.”
Fans of the show have gone wild for the biscuits – with some hoping to get them in on time for the next episode this Sunday.
One wrote: “This is such a great idea.”
Another said: “Please tell me you deliver so we can play biscuit bingo next week?”
Line of Duty fans have been getting stuck into latest series of the drama after a two year absence from TV screens.
Figures released by the BBC showed that the drama raked in a huge 9.6million viewers for the first episode of the hotly-anticipated first episode of series six last month.
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