This is the shocking moment a fight breaks out between Rangers and Hearts supporters after the Scottish Cup final.
Dramatic footage shows a large group of football fans battling in front of a coach after supporters pulled up to a petrol station.
During the violent footage, rival fans are filmed throwing punches and kicks at each other amid the chaotic scenes.
Two other fans can be seen rolling in the grass as they exchange blows during the rammy.
A number of missiles, including bottles, are launched throughout the clip, while fans also targeted the bus.
Later in the video, a large crowd – who appear to be wearing Hearts colors – clash with other fans at the entrance to the bus and more violent exchanges take place.
The incident is believed to have taken place at Harthill Services on the M8, between Lanarkshire and West Lothian.
It is understood the bus – operated by Dunbar-based company Eve Coaches – was transporting Prestonpans Rangers Supporters Club fans back from the game in Hampden.
Cops confirmed they were aware of the footage circulating on social media, but said they had not received any reports regarding the incident.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police are aware of the images circulating but have not received any reports of the incident.
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“If anyone has any information on this, please come forward and speak to the police.”
Eve Coaches was approached for comment.
It comes after Rangers won 2-0 at Hampden to lift the Scottish Cup trophy.
Goals from Ryan Jack and Scott Wright in extra time ensured the Light Blues did not end the season without a piece of silverware.
Elsewhere, in a separate incident, we told how a fight broke out in Glasgow city center after Rangers lost the Europa League final.
Footage appears to show Gers fans battling in a brutal attack after their side lost 5-4 on penalties to Eintracht Frankfurt in Sevilla.
Video posted online shows a large group of football fans wearing Rangers shirts pulling and pulling at each other as they spill onto the road.
Some members of the group begin kicking each other as a woman is knocked to the ground.