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Greater Glasgow Police make 28 arrests after thousands of Rangers fans broke coronavirus regulations

Police make simply TWENTY-EIGHT arrests and hand out SEVEN fines to the thousands of Rangers fans slammed for partying and trashing the centre of Glasgow to rejoice profitable the title throughout lockdown

Police Scotland have mentioned 28 folks have been arrested after thousands of Rangers fans gathered in Glasgow on Sunday to rejoice profitable the Scottish Premiership.

Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland, divisional commander for Greater Glasgow, mentioned an additional seven folks have been issued with mounted penalty notices or shall be reported to the Procurator Fiscal.

He mentioned: ‘Despite the coronavirus regulations and the prohibition of gatherings, our officers have been confronted with a really troublesome set of circumstances as many thousands of supporters gathered to rejoice throughout a quantity of completely different venues.

Police Scotland have mentioned 28 folks have been arrested after thousands of Rangers fans gathered in Glasgow on Sunday to rejoice their Scottish Premiership triumph  

Police turned up to try and scatter the celebrating masses outside Rangers' Ibrox stadium

Police turned as much as try to scatter the celebrating plenty exterior Rangers’ Ibrox stadium

‘Our precedence was public security and this included lowering the chance of dysfunction, highway security and efficient crowd administration among the many complexities of a vociferous crowd. 

‘This included established crowd management measures to forestall severe dysfunction in a number of areas and shield the general public.

‘An applicable policing response was in place all through the day and officers regularly engaged and inspired compliance with coronavirus regulations.’

He mentioned a quantity of minor accidents have been sustained by members of the general public, some by means of intoxication.

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