THE Chase star Mark 'The Beast' Labbett was mobbed by fans at a Port Glasgow pub as he proved a big attraction at its quiz night.

Mark had been pictured in Glasgow during COP 26 — but the only conference he was heading to was the quiz in the Caledonian Bar in the Port.

Gameshow giant Mark posed happily with British Transport Police officers at Central Station before making his way to the local bar, where he was met with scores of fans.

Pub owner David Carroll told how the quiz king immediately thought 'summit' was up when the two PC's approached him at the station concourse in the city because he wasn't wearing a face covering.

But they only wanted a snap with the TV brainbox.

Bar boss David told the Tele: "Mark says he didn't look up the Scottish rules as in England people don't need masks.

"He walked through the station and did a few selfies with people, then was approached by two police officers.

"He thought he was going to be fined but the police only wanted their own photo with him."

David added: "National newspapers wrote he arrived during COP 26 but he was actually on way to meet us."

The BTP posted their picture on Twitter and wrote: "Two officers on our team at Glasgow managed to get a pic with The Beast whilst we were patrolling the station."

Chaser Mark later revelled in a 'great fun night' with locals at the Caledonian Bar.

He is the latest in a number of stars from the hit gameshow to make guest appearances at the pub.

Shaun Wallace (aka The Dark Destroyer) and Paul Sinha (The Sinnerman) have recently put the Port's quizzers through their paces.

Caledonian boss David said: "Mark loved his night with us.

"Everyone had a brilliant time."