A GLASGOW trampoline park popular with children has suspended an employee after he featured in a video posted by a vigilante group which tracks down online paedophiles.

Wolf Pack Hunters 'exposed' the man, who is in his 30s, during an online broadcast on Tuesday morning on the social media website Facebook.

The group accused him of grooming a 15-year-old boy for sex. The vigilante group used a decoy who pretended to be the boy during online conversations.

The video, which has amassed more than 30,000 views, was passed onto the man's employer Ryze, based in Kinning Park.

Ryze immediately took action and suspended the man.

The Evening Times understands the company, which also has centres in Edinburgh and Dundee, did not receive any complaints directly from customers about the man.

Wolf Pack Hunters UK, however, claims its decoy spent three months speaking to the man.

During those conversations, it is claimed the man asked to meet the 'boy' to give him a trampolining ticket.

The Wolf Pack Hunters UK also claim that the man attempted to meet the 'boy' more than 60 times. It is also claimed he was inappropriate more than 60 times with the 'youngster'.

In the video, a member of the group said: "We are here to expose you for what you are...an online groomer."

Ryze, based in Portman Street, offers birthday parties and trampoline sessions to teenagers and children.

In a statement, the firm said: "We have suspended the individual in question with immediate effect and have launched a full investigation. Their alleged actions do not in any way reflect the values of our business."

Police Scotland have been contacted for comment.