Leeann Dempster has hit out after a video was shared online showing a Hearts fan breaking a seat during Sunday’s Edinburgh derby.
The Hibernian chief executive branded the supporter in the 16-second clip an “idiot” as she said he cost his own club “around £60”.
Dempster, 48, also said she would contact Hearts in a bid to identify and ban the man involved from attending another Hibs game as she appealed for the “numpties” to cut out this “crappy behaviour”.
The incident took place during a 1-1 draw between the sides at Easter Road.
The footage showing a man in the Hearts end kicking a green seat until in breaks was posted online a short while after the game.
Commenting on the clip Dempster said: “You just cost your club around £60 mate – this will be shared with our colleagues at @JamTarts to see if we can identify you and have you banned from OUR stadium in the future.
“We are all sick of this type of behaviour. #callingyouanidiot”
She then added: “I know the vast majority of folk enjoyed a good old derby on field scrap yesterday with no hassle or annoyance.
“My challenge to the numpties – find a way to express yourself and support YOUR club without all this crappy behaviour.”
A late Uche Ikpeazu goal earned a point for Hearts after a Christophe Berra own goal put the home side ahead midway through the second-half.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “We are investigating following a number of reports of damage to seating at Hibernian Football Club’s Easter Road Stadium following Saturday’s Edinburgh Derby.”