Police launched an investigation after Rangers fans allegedly threw bottles after Dundee United’s ‘Lizzie’s in a box’ chant at Ibrox ThePipaNews



Police Scotland investigates after Rangers Fans allegedly threw glass bottles at Dundee United supporters on Saturday.

As the Glasgow Times reported at the time, away fans at Ibrox observed a minute’s silence in honor of the Queen.

Booing and chants of “Lizzie’s in a box” were heard, while the rest of Ibrox fell silent to pay their respects.

READ MORE: Dundee United fans interrupt Rangers’ moment of silence for the Queen with chants of ‘Lizzie’s in a box’

Shortly afterwards, Light Blue fans showed their fury as they booed the away supporters as a rendition of the national anthem began.

Now a spokesperson for the force has confirmed that an investigation has been launched after the home supporters also allegedly retaliated by throwing glass bottles at Dundee United fans.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “An investigation has been launched and further inquiries are ongoing.”


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