Buckfast bottle launched at Celtic player during Hibs clash
The bottle was thrown at Scott Sinclair as he prepared to take a corner during the Scottish Cup tie.
A bottle of Buckfast was thrown at Celtic star Scott Sinclair during Saturday night's Scottish Cup clash with Hibs at Easter Road.
The bottle was launched at the Hoops winger as he went to take a corner.
TV cameras showed referee Willie Collum handing it to a steward before play resumed at the Edinburgh stadium.
Celtic went on to win the game 2-0.
Police Scotland have been contacted for comment.
Earlier this week, coins were reportedly thrown from the Celtic end during a Premiership clash with Hearts at Tynecastle.
Match footage showed an object landing close to Hearts goalkeeper Bobby Zlamal as he prepared to take a goal kick.
Police also received complaints about sectarian singing during the game, which Celtic won 2-1.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Police in Edinburgh are currently investigating reports of sectarian singing that took place within Tynecastle stadium on Wednesday, February 27.
"Police are also investigating reports of coins being thrown from the away stand during the SPFL match between Heart of Midlothian and Celtic that evening.
"Anyone with any relevant information in relation to these incidents should contact police immediately."