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

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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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