Transport police are appealing for witnesses after a hate crime on board a train bound for Aberdeen.
The incident happened on Sunday, August 6, on board the 10.45am Glasgow Queen Street to Aberdeen service.
Eight men who are believed to have been travelling to Aberdeen for the Dons game against Hamilton became abusive and threatening to other passengers.
A spokesman from the British Transport Police said: “They were chanting racial and religious hatred songs. All men then left the service at Aberdeen.
“A number of passengers who were on board the train then reported the incident to police.
“Now, officers are looking to speak with anyone who was on the service and witnessed this group’s behaviour.
“Please get in touch as your information could prove vital in our inquiries.
“Likewise, if you know the men who were chanting these racist songs, then please get in touch as soon as possible.”