SCOTLAND fans dumped a fellow supporter draped in a Saltire into a fountain, in a video circulating on social media.

Police said the matter had not been reported but social media users were quick to condemn the fans' actions.

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The man is seen smiling and laughing as he is picked up and tossed into the Leicester Square water feature in London's West End. 

A voice at the end of the video can be heard calling the man - who is thought to be a Rangers fan - a "dirty orange b******". 

It is understood the video was taken yesterday. 

It comes after thousands of Scotland fans descended upon the nation's capital to watch the crunch match against the Auld Enemy at Wembley later tonight. 

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Police in the capital have stepped up their presence and the UK government's police and crime minister Kit Malthouse earlier today confirmed a dispersal order was in place in central London to deal with hoards of fans who have gathered. 

A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: "A video has been shared on social media which shows a man being thrown into a fountain in Leicester Square.

"It does not appear that the incident has been reported to police.

"There continues to be an increased police presence across the West End, including in Leicester Square, to ensure the safety of football fans and the wider public."