Three men have been arrested under new anti-sectarian laws following an investigation at an Old Firm football match.
Strathclyde Police said two men aged 21 and 29 had been arrested in Rutherglen and a third, aged 22, in Cambuslang.
The 22-year-old man was the first to be detained after police visited a house in Queens Avenue, Cambuslang, at 6.30am on Thursday.
All three arrests were made by the National Football Co-Ordination Unit for Scotland in connection with alleged offensive behaviour at a football match.
They relate to the SPL game between Celtic and Rangers at Celtic Park on April 29, which Celtic won 3-0.
The three men have been released on an undertaking to appear in court at a later date.
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