Celtic fans lob chairs at punters outside Rangers bar in violent street fight
Footage has emerged of a violent fight between Celtic fans and punters outside a Rangers bar in Glasgow.
The rammy took place outside of Oswald’s Bar in the city centre just before 3pm this afternoon.
A crowd of thugs, dressed in black hoodies baring the slogan 'Bhoys' were filmed grabbing chairs from outside the boozer and throwing them at punters.
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A group who are off camera, believed to be customers at the bar, can be seen throwing chairs and other objects towards the crowd.
One woman is forced to take cover inside a telephone box as the carnage unfolds in the street between the two groups.
Police were called to the scene on Oswald Street around 2.55pm.
It is unclear how much damage was caused during the incident.
The Daily Record has contacted Oswald’s Bar for comment.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We received report of a disturbance at a premises on Oswald Street in Glasgow around 2.55pm on Saturday, 20 November, 2021. Enquiries into the incident are ongoing.”
It comes as Celtic take on St Johnstone at Hampden Park tonight in the Premier Sports Cup semi final.
Rangers will play Hibs in tomorrow’s semi-final at 4pm.
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