Chris Sutton has expressed his disgust over the actions of one Ibrox fan confronting Scott Brown over his dead sister.
The BT Sport pundit has been on the end of plenty of sick online abuse but in this instance social media has highlighted the actions of someone in everyday action.
When your team has lost 2-0 at home in a derby match the natural instinct of most is to get away from the scene, either to head home or discuss and drown sorrows among friends.
The Scott Brown video is absolutely sickening. It’s hard to imagine anybody could actually be as sick as this. There is no place for this sort of behaviour anywhere in society. Enough is enough and the scumbag responsible should be held to account.
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) September 3, 2019
It takes a special type of sick individual to wait around in mid-afternoon for an opponent to emerge and make a comment about the death of a sibling 11 years earlier.
The video, which this site won’t reproduce, shows that the offender was witnessed by officers from Police Scotland but so far there has been no news of any charges being made.
Social media has come under increasing criticism in recent weeks, especially over racist abuse, but in this instance it can be a force for good by highlighting the actions of one person and hopefully leading to charges.
Since Sunday the person that made the comment has been going about their everyday life, a knock at the door could soon be on the way with their sick actions highlighted and punished.