A teenage thug who threatened and assaulted a police officer after a Rangers and Hearts match was banned from every football stadium in the UK today. 

The 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, kicked PC Ross Macgregor on the legs last November.

He had shouted abusive at him outside Hampden Park and threatened to kill him.

The teenager pled guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court to acting in a threatening or abusive manner and the police assault.

He also admitted possession of cocaine that was found in his pocket during a search at the police station.

The youth  was ordered to perform 144 hours of unpaid work and nine months social work supervision by Sheriff Patricia Pryce.

He was also banned from attending any UK football matches for 12 months.

The court heard officers were made aware of the teen who was being “abusive, shouting and swearing” in the presence of fans.

Prosecutor Monique Cooney said: “He shouted ‘this is f***ing s***’ and was placed under arrest.

“He told the officer ‘f**k you ya baldy p***k I will f***ing smash you’ and ‘I will f***ing kill you ya baldy wee f**k.

“He was placed in a police van and he kicked one of the officers on the legs.”

Lawyer Vincent McGovern, defending, told the court that the teen was on a good behaviour order from another assault also outside Hampden at the time.

He added: “His behaviour was unacceptable and he knows that, but he is young.

“His parents who are here in court are appalled by the way he behaved.”

Sheriff Pryce told the boy that he “can’t be trusted” as he had breached his good behaviour sentence.

She added: “These offences are very serious.

“A police officers doesn't deserved to be kicked while on duty at his work.”