The owner of one of Scotland’s top football clubs has warned that cocaine use is rife at the country’s stadiums.
Hamilton Accies chief executive Colin McGowan claimed the drug has a powerful grip on every aspect of society – including at Scotland’s Premiership grounds.
He told how stewards have ejected fans from the Hope CBD Stadium and refused others entry over fears they are under the influence of the Class A drug.
The businessman, a recovering addict, said: “Cocaine use at Scottish football stadiums is endemic. Ibrox, Parkhead or Hamilton Accies. You’ll find it everywhere.”
Yesterday, the club gave us permission to swab its stadium toilets for traces of the drug as