PIC: Anti-Irish graffiti in Glasgow is being treated as a hate crime
Glasgow police are treating as a hate crime the appearance of anti-Irish graffiti on the wall of a Catholic school in the city.
The message, spray-painted in red on St Aloysius’ College in Glasgow, read "The famine is over, it's time to go home."
Police were called to the scene on Sunday evening and confirmed that they believed the message to be of a 'sectarian nature.'
According to Glasgow Live, the police have said "The incident is being treated as a hate crime and enquiries are ongoing."
Photos of the graffiti have appeared on social media, and drawn much criticism.