Man's teeth knocked out after politics row on train
The attack happened at Paisley Gilmour Street on a service from Glasgow Central.
A man has had two teeth knocked out in a row about politics on a train.
The attack happened at Paisley Gilmour Street station on a service from Glasgow Central at 7.30pm on Saturday.
He was punched in the mouth, resulting in him losing two teeth, as he got off the train following the row.
The attacker is 5ft 6in, between 30 and 35, thin, clean shaven and was wearing black clothes.
Anyone with information is asked to contact 0800 405040.