Stewards took action against five Dons supporters at a key football game earlier this month, a new report shows.
Aberdeen travelled to Tynecastle in Edinburgh to face Hearts on April 7 for a Scottish Premiership match and the home side won 2-0.
There were 18,056 spectators in attendance, including 1,768 Aberdeen fans, and Police Scotland has now provided the Evening Express with their post-match report detailing matchday incidents.
The report said there were two incidents of note – one before the game and the other during the game.
“There were three steward refusals prior to the match – two male and one female away supporters – were declined entry due to excessive inebriation.”
It added: “There were two steward ejections early in the second half (when) two away supporters were removed following a disagreement with each other.”
The report also details how there was a power cut before the match, which hampered the turnstiles, as they are automated.
It said: “Before kick off, the Main Stand and Roseburn Stands suffered power cuts, which caused a delay in the opening of the turnstiles by 15 minutes”
The turnstiles opened at 2.15pm.
“The power issue was resolved and did not cause any subsequent problems,” the report added.