Teenage Lady Sexually Assaulted in Rangers Followers’ Pyro Chaos at Disgraceful Dundee Match

COPS are probing claims a teen woman was the sufferer of a sickening intercourse assault on the pyro-hit Dundee v Rangers sport, we are able to reveal.

Officers have been alerted after the 13-year-old was allegedly focused at Dens Park when Gers followers ignited dozens of flares at Wednesday evening’s fixture.

Cops are probing claims a teen woman was the sufferer of a intercourse assault on the pyro-hit Dundee v Rangers sportCredit score: Willie Vass

The display caused the match to be suspended for 18 minutes

The show precipitated the match to be suspended for 18 minutesCredit score: Steve Welsh/PA Wire

It’s understood the alleged incident occurred within the Bob Shankly Stand the place yobs sparked fury with a ‘wall-of-fire’ show.

Referee Kevin Clancy was compelled to halt play for 18 minutes as smoke engulfed the away finish throughout Gers’ 5-0 win over Dundee.

And cops have now confirmed a probe has been launched right into a claims of an alleged sexual assault on a toddler.

A Police Scotland spokesperson stated: “We’re finishing up enquiries following an allegation of sexual assault involving a 13-year-old woman which occurred at Dens Park in Dundee on Wednesday.”

A spokesman for the Dens Park membership added: “Dundee FC can verify we’re conscious of an incident which befell within the Bob Shankly stand throughout Wednesday’s match towards Rangers.

“The membership are absolutely supporting the police investigation and the membership’s youngster welfare and safety officer is supporting the scenario.

“As that is an ongoing police investigation the membership can be making no additional remark.”

We instructed how SPFL chiefs blasted the Rangers pyro louts – as cops warned it’s a matter of time earlier than a fan is significantly damage.

The chaotic scenes triggered hearth alarms and ramped up worries the stand may catch hearth as round 70 flares have been ignited by a travelling assist.

Later this month the Scottish Authorities, Police Scotland and the Soccer Security Officers’ Affiliation will meet to debate the growing prevalence of flares.

Yesterday at a press convention, Rangers boss Philippe Clement stated: “The pyro we don’t want. It doesn’t give one thing further. It’s harmful.”

In a press release issued after Wednesday’s conflict, an SPFL spokesman stated the rising use of pyros was “regarding and unwelcome”.

Police Scotland Superintendent Iain Wales added: “Taking pyrotechnics right into a soccer stadium just isn’t solely an offence, this can be very harmful.”

A Dundee spokesperson branded the scenes “unacceptable” and added: “Regardless of sturdy apply by all golf equipment within the SPFL and the SFA at Hampden, flares, offensive banners and singing of sectarian songs proceed to be an issue all throughout our sport in Scottish soccer.

“As we’re working with the authorities we’re unable to touch upon the scenario at the moment.

“The membership will remark additional as soon as the continued investigation has taken place and concluded.”

Police instruct referee Kevin Clancy to take players off field after the display

Police instruct referee Kevin Clancy to take gamers off discipline after the showCredit score: WILLIE VASS

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