A religious group accused of distributing homophobic leaflets around Aberdeen could be kicked out of the school it uses for meetings.
Organisers of the first Grampian Pride parade suggested the police should be called to investigate whether the Mustard Seed International Church has spread hate crime.
The group, which meets in Kaimhill Primary School twice a week, posted pamphlets through doors in Garthdee emblazoned with the LGBT rainbow colours and entitled “What happens after Pride?”
It used phrases such as “pride is something evil that comes from a person’s heart. God sees pride the same way he sees so many other behaviours – as sinful”.
Complaints have been made by residents, with Garthdee Community Council asking Aberdeen City Council to consider banning the group from the building.
A church leader, who did not give a name but confirmed he was one of those in charge, said the text inside the leaflet did not contain any homophobic sentiments.