A twisted Rangers troll has been caught on video making a sickening comment to Celtic skipper Scott Brown about his tragic sister outside Ibrox Stadium.
The appalling incident came as a number of supporters gathered at the main door of the ground waiting for the players to appear after Sunday’s match that saw Celtic win 2-0 against their Old Firm rivals.
As Hoops captain Brown headed towards the Celtic team bus, a warped fan taunted the stunned footballer by asking: “How’s your sister.”
Brown, who lost his beloved little sister Fiona to cancer in May 2008, looked shocked by the sickening comment as he turned to face the troll.
Police officers then intervene and move the man on with one cop saying “Less of that, beat it you, move.”
A Rangers supporter is also be heard saying: “Mate, come on to f *** man, that’s out of order.”
Many Rangers fans took to Twitter to condemn the abuse after seeing the video.
Four Lads Had a Dream @ 4ladshadadream said: “Disappointing to have to comment on this but the Scott Brown video at Ibrox is appalling Rivals on the pitch is one thing, but that sort of vile & disgusting comment is atrocious.
“To the person that said it – You aren’t welcome at Ibrox or at our club in any shape or form. “
Speaking last year to the Daily Record, Brown revealed how his wee sister’s illness and untimely passing at the age of just 21 hit him hard .
The 34 – year-old said he even lost his love for football for a while as he struggled to cope with Fiona’s year-long battle with skin cancer.
He recalled: “I felt as if there was nothing I could do to help
“Then, eventually, you get the phone call to say its incurable. That there’s nothing they can do. How are you supposed to deal with words like that?
“I’ll be honest, I was like, ‘F ****** football man, f *** this!'”
In August 2017,we told how Brownhad slammed a vile online t roll who shamefully joked about the deaths of his sister and formerHoopsmanager Tommy Burns.
The Twitter user sent Brown a disgusting image about the pair in reference to their deaths in 2008.
And the footballer responded by sharing the image on his Instagram account with the message: “Just been sent this from my twitter account.
“Now football banter is all good between fans but when it gets personal and be bringing family members and friends into it who u love and miss everyday is disgusting.”
The latest incident at Ibrox come after former Celtic striker Chris Suttoncalled out a trollwho targeted his daughter in an “abhorrent” tweet.
Following Celtic’s weekend win over Rangers, the 46 – year-old was su bjected to abuse on social media, however his seven-year-old child was also singled out.
In the vile post to Sutton, the yob tagged the ex- Blackburn star and made a reference to his daughter.
The Daily Record decided against posting the tweet due to its vile nature.
However Sutton, fed up with the abuse, called out Twitter user @scottm 05 calling the comments “abhorrent” and also Tagged police Scotland in the tweet.
It’s not the first time he has hit out at trolls on social media.
Last month he revealed his daughter was bombarded with abusive messages and calls after she took his phone to a sleepover with her pals.
He tweeted: “To all the people sending abusive messages.
” My daughter who is seven had my phone at a sleepover last night.
“She has my phone regularly and was called all night. She is very upset. I will be sending photos of the culprits out and passing your details onto the police. “
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