COPS are still hunting a man who was filmed performing a sex act on himself during Rangers fans' title celebrations outside Ibrox.
Thousands of supporters gathered at the stadium on Saturday afternoon after Steven Gerrard's side beat St Mirren 3 – 0.
Scenes before Rangers' match on Saturday were marred by fans flouting lockdown rules to stage a pre-title party outside Ibrox.
Lots of footage of the celebrations spread on social media.
Among them was one clip, which we're not showing, appearing to show a man pleasuring himself on the street near the stadium.
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A group of men could be heard laughing as they saw what was going on
Police have confirmed on Sunday that they had launched an investigation into the incident.
And that they were still hunting the man in the video.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "We are aware of the incident and enquiries are currently ongoing."
Supporters descended on Ibrox on Saturday – against lockdown rules – to welcome players and staff ahead of the 3-0 win over St Mirren.
Fans then flooded the streets outside Ibrox, in George Square and Larkhall when the club were crowned champions as Celtic drew 0-0 with Dundee United on Sunday.
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Deputy First Minister John Swinney blasted Rangers fans for the "shameful" and illegal title celebrations at the daily coronavirus briefing.
He also slammed the club over a "lack of leadership" and claimed the "silence" over fan gatherings "is deafening".
Police chiefs also let rip at Rangers fans who gathered in the city centre and at Ibrox and condemned a "lack of support" from the club.
Cops were attacked during the celebrations with 28 people arrested and seven fined amid alleged sectarian breaches.
Memorial benches were also destroyed in the celebrations, but Gers fans have raised money to repair any damage.
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