Scottish police have arrested a pair of males for alleged hate crimes over racist abuse in direction of Japan worldwide Kyogo Furuhashi that emerged on social media, with prime membership Rangers handing indefinite bans to some supporters.
The Glasgow giants have handed out the punishments after a stunning video confirmed a racist music being chanted concerning the ahead, who performs for his or her arch-rivals, Celtic.
The clip circulated on social media final weekend, when Rangers have been taking part in Ross County, and investigations have now resulted in two males being charged.
“Police Scotland has arrested and charged two men in connection with an alleged hate crime directed towards a Celtic Football Club player following reports of a video circulating online that officers were made aware of on Monday, 23 August, 2021,” the UK’s second-largest police drive mentioned in a press release.
“The men, one aged 30 and one aged 26, have been released on an undertaking and are due to appear at Hamilton Sheriff Court at a later date. A full report will be sent to the [prosecution service] Procurator Fiscal.”