POLICE have arrested another man in connection to the "singing of racist material" in Glasgow. 

The man, aged 18, is alleged to have participated in the act on Sunday, August 29 in the city. 

It marks the ninth person arrested in connection with singing offensive songs on the day of the Old Firm. 

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Police Scotland said: "A further man, aged 18, has been arrested and charged in connection with the singing of racist material in Glasgow on Sunday, 29 August.

"The man has been released on an undertaking and is due to appear in court at a later date. Since 1 September there have been nine arrests."