Monday’s headlines: Hearts and Rangers fans brawl and flight declares emergency


Good evening and welcome to tonight’s news briefing.

The top stories today include: young Rangers fan has Europa League final ball taken by security guard, London to Glasgow flight declares mid-air emergency and Hearts and Rangers fan clash in violent brawl.

Here are the main headlines on the Daily Record website.

Young Rangers fan’s Europa League final ball gift from Kemar Roofe taken by security guard



Charlie Ellis at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium in Seville.

to young rangers fan has been left crushed by a cruel steward who took away a ball given to him by Kemar Roofe at the Europe League final.

Charlie Ellis, 11, from Cambuslang attended the game in Seville with mum Lindsay Gamble in hopes of seeing his beloved team pick up the trophy.

After the heartbreak of seeing the Gers beat on penalties, Charlie’s spirits were lifted by Rangers striker Kemar Roofe who kicked one of the match balls into the stand for the Primary 6 pupil to take home with him as a memento.

READ MORE: Young Rangers fan’s Europa League final ball gift from Kemar Roofe taken by security guard

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British Airways flight from London to Glasgow declares mid-air emergency



The plane's flight from London Heathrow to Glasgow last night
The plane’s flight from London Heathrow to Glasgow last night

An aircraft bound for glasgow was forced to declare a mid-air emergency last night

the British Airways flight traveling from London to the city issued a 7700 alert during its journey.

A 7700 Squawk code is the signal used by airlines when there is an emergency incident which requires ground assistance but the plane is already in the air.

READ MORE: British Airways flight from London to Glasgow declares mid-air emergency

Hearts and Rangers fans clash in violent brawl after Scottish Cup final



Football fans clashed after the Scottish Cup
Football fans clashed after the Scottish Cup

A violent brawl between Hearts and rangers fans broke out at a motorway service station car park after the Scottish Cup final on Saturday.

The shocking incident, filmed at the Heart of Scotland Services in Harthill shows fans from both sides throwing punches in a vicious scrap.

The two minute clip shows a group squaring up to each other on a grassy area in the car park.

READ MORE: Hearts and Rangers fans clash in violent brawl after Scottish Cup final

Scots man grows manhood 1.5 inches with penis extender after worrying he didn’t ‘measure up’

A Scots man, who spent most his life feeling self-conscious about the size of his manhood, says his penis has grown 1.5 inches in just six months.

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Kevin Davis, 58, from edinburgh Scotland, says that his penis went from below average to above after it grew 1.5 inch thanks to a penis extender.

Kevin says the successful penis extender, made by Danish company, Jes-Extender, has helped him feel so much more confident and has taken away his insecurities about his manhood.

READ MORE: Scots man grows manhood 1.5 inches with penis extender after worrying he didn’t ‘measure up’

Scots man who flew 5,000 miles for first date in Chicago attends wedding with Tinder match



Patrick and Bridget spent their second day together wandering around Chicago
Patrick and Bridget spent their second day together wandering around Chicago

A man who traveled 5,000 miles from Scotland to Chicago for a first date with a Tinder match has been enjoying his time abroad sightseeing wearing a Celtic top and attending a wedding .

Patrick Campbell, 32, flew from Scotland to the windy city on Monday after he matched with American Bridget Kelly on Tinde r.

We previously told how the pair immediately hit it off and video called for three weeks before Bridget invited Patrick to a wedding as her date.

READ MORE: Scots man who flew 5,000 miles for first date in Chicago attends wedding with Tinder match




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