A RANGERS fan caught singing a sectarian song about Neil Lennon at an Old Firm game walked free from court today.

Dylan Carlisle, 18, was today admonished by a sheriff having been snared by police at Ibrox in May last year.

He sang the “up to our knees in fenian blood” line to the Billy Boys chant and a song directed at Lennon which calls him a “fenian b******.”

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Carlisle, who was 17, was arrested before half-time in the match the Gers went on to win 2-0.

He was found guilty in January at Glasgow Sheriff Court charged with breach of the peace aggravated by religious prejudice.

The court heard Carlisle and his two friends went to the smoking area at the southwest corner at half time.

PC Christopher Conway, 33, told the court he witnessed the youth singing both songs in a group of 20 to 30 people.

PC Conway said: “The group were jumping singing the Billy Boys inserting sectarian language.

“During the song fenian blood was mentioned numerous times.

“I did see the accused singing the lyrics.”

Prosecutor Amy Hunter asked if PC Conway saw the teenage fan sing any other songs.

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He said: “Yes from my recollection it was Daydream Believer with sad fenian b***** directed towards Neil Lennon.”

The teen was arrested shortly before the second half started.

PC Conway added that the boy “expressed remorse” at the police station but this was denied later by the teen himself.

In evidence, Carlisle told the court that he had been singing other songs including Penny Arcade but not the Billy Boys.

Miss Hunter asked: “Are the police lying?” and the boy replied: “No, they are mistaken.”

Carlisle was later found guilty by Sheriff Alan Findlay who deferred sentence until today for good behavior and admonished him.