A TEENAGE Hibs fan threw an item into a crowd during a match against Celtic.

The then 16-year-old committed the crime at Celtic Park on October 15 2022.

The Hoops were hosting the Edinburgh side that day in a match Ange Postecoglou's side went on to win 6-1.

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Court papers state that the now 17-year-old culpably and recklessly "threw an item into a spectator area."

The charge says this exposed the fans to risk of injury.

The boy appeared in the dock on Monday at Glasgow Sheriff Court.

He notably had an "1875" and harp logo tattoo on his arm which relates to the formation date of Hibernian Football Club.

The boy pleaded guilty to the culpable and reckless charge.

He also admitted a separate allegation of possessing a document which resembled a driving licence.

Sentence was deferred pending background reports until next month by Sheriff Patricia Pryce where more information surrounding the circumstances will be heard.