A WOMAN was "attacked and racially abused" by a group of thugs in Glasgow's Southside.

The teenagers reportedly cornered a woman, who was wearing a Hijabi, and shouted racist abuse and slurs at around 1.50pm on Monday, near Ibrox Subway station.

One of the youths, who was pictured wearing school uniform, then hit her on the head with a plank of wood. 

The incident was reported to the police. 

Meanwhile, the woman's daughter took to social media to appeal to find the group, and posted photographs of them from behind.

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Posting on her Instagram story, she said: "This group of teenagers cornered and attacked my Hijabi 50-year-old mother at 1.50pm whilst shouting Islamophobic and classist slurs. In Ibrox, Glasgow.

"After pushing her around the male photographed in the next slide with his finger up, hit her on the front of her head/face with a plank and wood, and left her injured.

"Please help us find them/share. This isn't the first time something like this has happened."

An investigation is ongoing. 

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police received a report of a woman having been verbally abused and assaulted around 1.30pm on Monday, January 10, near to Ibrox subway station by a group of youths.

“The woman did not require any medical attention.

“Enquiries are ongoing to establish the exact circumstances of the incident.”