A Renton man has condemned the MOD for the "highly irresponsible" way in which they transported a convoy of nuclear warheads through West Dunbartonshire at the weekend.
Les Robertson, from Hillfoot, Renton, warned that a nuclear catastrophe could occur in the future- if the transportation of warheads around the country isn't made more safe.

Mr Robertson, who took video footage of the weekend convoy from the Clyde Naval Base, said: "At 6.15pm on Saturday, 9 January a nuclear warhead convoy consisting of four warhead carriers and support vehicles travelled through West Dunbartonshire on route to Coulport.
"Trident warheads are carried in large crates inside the large green trucks. They are fully assembled and complete.
"The core of the warhead is a ball of plutonium and uranium. This is surrounded by specially developed conventional high explosives which would be ignited to create the critical mass necessary for a nuclear detonation when launched and targeted.
"The Ministry of Defence says there is little risk of a nuclear detonation during transport, but in an accident the highly volatile conventional explosive could be set off, causing the warhead to jet plutonium.
"It estimates that in a serious accident a circle some 550 metres in radius would be affected by blast and fragments of explosive.
"Given the terrible driving conditions on Saturday evening, the risk of an accident was heightened- yet a convoy carrying its deadly cargo was allowed to travel close to a busy supermarket in Balloch, and heavily populated housing schemes including the Haldane and Dalvait.
"Whether you agree with nuclear weapons or not, it is highly irresponsible in the extreme to allow this deadly cocktail of conventional explosives and nuclear materials to be carried by road putting at risk the lives of the people living in our communities."
Mr Robertson is now demanding a moratorium on the transportation of weapons of mass destruction- by road- until a safer alternative is found.
He said: "It is time to get rid of Britain's existing nuclear weapons and scrap plans for renewing Trident.
"In the interim, there should be a moratorium on the transportation of nuclear warheads by road until a safer alternative is found."
The MOD would not confirm the contents of the weekend convoy due to security reasons but they did stress that public safety is their number one priority.
An MOD spokesman said: "The safety of the public is always our priority and we can be clear that convoys are conducted to the strictest safety standards.
"We always take into account factors such as road and weather conditions and consult with all relevant agencies, including Traffic Scotland and Police Scotland."