Two Rangers fans fight each other whilst another man performs a sex act outside Ibrox after Rangers won the Scottish Premiership title.
Thousands of supporters ignored lockdown rules and gathered outside the stadium on Saturday after Steven Gerrard‘s side beat St Mirren 3-0.
Footage of fans was widely circulated on social media as they celebrated the win, and one footage, which has been deleted, shows a man pleasuring himself.
He could be seen in the background of one video, and now officers are aware of the footage and have launched a probe.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We are aware of the incident and enquiries are currently ongoing.”
Crowds of supporters also turned up at George Square as well as Ibrox, choosing to set off flares and fireworks, but have also caught damage.
A Celtic shop, situated on on Argyle Street, was targeted by vandals after thousands flocked to Glasgow’s streets on Sunday.
It had its front doors smashed as a sticker saying “55 Times The Kings of Scotland” was placed above the door.
28 people ended up getting arrested and seven of them were hit with fines for acts of disorder and assaults on officers.
Benches were also destroyed as fans gathered to celebrate Rangers’ first title win in a decade.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon condemned fans as she said: “I congratulate @RangersFC on the title win & recognise what a moment this is for fans.
“But gathering in crowds just now risks lives, and could delay exit from lockdown for everyone else.
“If those gathering care at all about the safety of others & the country, they will go home.
“I share folks’ anger at this.
“Everyone has made so many sacrifices in the past year & seeing a minority risk our progress is infuriating & disgraceful.
“It is deeply unfair to the entire country, and the police have a hard enough job already.
“Please ask fans to go home @RangersFC”
Rangers have revealed they are in contact with the Scottish government and the police to ensure fans follow safety protocols during their celebrations.
They were clear that they understand fans’ delight and need to celebrate their first victory in 10 years, but they have now confirmed they will continue to have a dialogue with the government to provide a straight message for their fans to celebrate safely.
See a video of the fans fight below…
Scotland shame. pic.twitter.com/OP69mdNzeE
— Tam (@coybig6721) March 7, 2021
Another video has emerged of boozy supporters attacking each other in the middle of the road near George Square.
The clip, taken from a car, shows four men throwing punches at each other in the middle of St Vincent Street as motors drive past.
At least two of them are wearing Gers tops, while another appears to have one sticking out the bottom of his jacket.
Two of them are at it before being seen rolling about on the deck with one another.
Here’s a belter, check the skid marks on his boxers. 🤮 pic.twitter.com/Kkts83Fvd2
— Paul Tonner (@TonnerPaul) March 8, 2021
A statement read: “During the last number of weeks, Rangers can confirm that we initiated open dialogue with key stakeholders in relation to the possibility of us achieving a historic 55th league title.
“We have proactively engaged with our local MP, the Justice Minister, the Scottish Government, Police Scotland and the SPFL in relation to maintaining a cohesive message regarding public safety during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“We understand the jubilance of our support across the world who recognise this has been a historic year for the club.
“Nevertheless, it has been of great frustration for all football fans across the world that they have not been able to watch their team within stadiums, especially for the loyal Rangers season-ticket holders who have stood by this football club through thick and thin in the last decade.
“We reiterate the message from our manager, Steven Gerrard, who highlighted that fans should adhere to government guidelines – stay safe, socially distance and look after each other in this difficult time.
“We are aware there is the possibility of more, significant milestones within this season, and we will continue to proactively engage with key stakeholders to maintain a cohesive message in relation to government guidance at this present time.
“We look forward to further open dialogue with the government, police, SPFL and other key stakeholders.”
“Wee Nippy can’t hold an election, it’s completely reckless during a pandemic!”
Also Rangers fans: pic.twitter.com/00noOtNFvL
— Guffers (@gavmacn) March 7, 2021
There was plenty of reaction as Rangers fans fight each other whilst a man performs a sex act outside Ibrox…
— Jackie M Mackay🇮🇪🏴 (@JackieMackay17) March 8, 2021
— Clinton Mc (@Clintcelt) March 8, 2021
@colin72787965: I see the big man has been attending then nacho novo school of martial arts
@JamieGa75035028: Been eatin the nachos too it appears
@SpeirsBrian: @NicolaSturgeon I would hope this and the absolutely disgraceful scenes on Saturday and Sunday would merit more than a few scolding words. Thousands of your current voters are waiting.
@mn7cfc: Possibly the worst fight I’ve ever seen, Conor McBelly throwing the worst uppercuts EVER
@columbus_csc: Basically destroying themselves like they did to their real club.
@crazybeard11: The rangers have made a statement that these scenes nothing to do with them as they are fans of the old club
@MysticTims: Bear on bear action. Can’t even celebrate properly. I suppose they’re out of practice…
@__DG7__: All or Nothing: Rangers looks shite
@TheMalteseFalc4: When you realise the kebab is just lying there on the road waiting to be eaten and you get a mate challenging for it.
@_EAMONFLYNN: Things ye love to see, them knocking fuck oot each other, well attempting to.
@Keir_1967: Not won a trophy in 9 years and they animals still fight eachother. Absolute gremlins
@paulobrien01: I shit you not I have tears streaming down my face at the music playing in the background while they’re knockin lumps oot each other
@Sean67_: Imagine waiting a decade to win the league and celebrating by flying planes over empty stadiums and boxing each other. Scotland’s shame
@RickyGr18230573: Bound to happen thousand of people on the piss all day
@niamhconnelly_X: Wondered how long it would take for them to start fighting amongst themselves
@david_bohs: Scrapping with each other hahahah you love to see it
@tobestcp: What a fucking embarrassment this mob are
@KierenKerr: To think these young gentlemen were standing side by side, brooms in hand, cleaning up George Square just hours later 😂