A RANGERS pub has been urging punters to STAMP on Scott Brown’s face as they reopen from lockdown.
The Bristol Bar on Duke Street, Glasgow, posted a video on Facebook to show punters how they now look as they follow coronavirus guidelines.
As part of their efforts to maintain social distancing, and in amongst all the Gers memorabilia and decor, the floors are covered in signs telling people how far apart they should stand and what direction to walk.
But one of them goes a lot further – with a row pictures of the Celtic captain mocked up as a clown and accompanied by the message: “Wait here! Feel free to stamp on this clown.”
The video was posted to the boozer’s Facebook page this morning with the caption: “We open at 11am. Have a look inside of some of the changes we have made.
“Anyone who visits is will be required to give their name and number for the purposes for Track and Trace for NHS.
“Remember to priority book download our app.”
Some fans were loving the humour and showed their appreciation.
One said: “Loving the clown pictures on floor lmfao.”
Another wrote: “That’s the best bit.”
But not everyone agreed and one woman said it made her embarrassed to be a Gers supporter.
She said: “What a ridiculous thing to do…. considering the current state of the world, this is what you can come up with… another reason to cause hate?!?!
“You should be utterly ashamed! Be proud of your team without degrading others – it’s the classier way to behave! So disappointed and embarrassed to be a Rangers fan!”
Meanwhile, Rangers jetted out to France as they step up preparations for the new campaign.
The Light Blues were pictured at Glasgow Airport ahead of their flight as they get set to take part in the Veolia trophy.
Steven Gerrard’s men will face Lyon on Thursday before tackling French Ligue 1 rivals Nice 48 hours later.
Old Firm rivals Celtic are also taking part in the pre-season tournament but the two clubs won’t face each other.