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Shamed cop faces sack after hurling sectarian abuse at Ibrox

A police officer who shouted bigoted abuse and chanted sectarian songs at a Rangers game is facing the sack.

On-duty officers warned PC Gregg Loudon to stop but he carried on singing and was arrested.

Loudon, 30, was suspended without pay by Fife Police after his shameful behaviour at a Rangers’ Champions League clash with Villareal.

He is almost certain to be kicked out of the force after being found guilty of religiously aggravated breach of the peace and fined £400 at Glasgow Sheriff Court.

• Full story at the Sunday Mail.

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