Palestine flag flown above Ayr primary school after "concerning security breach"

A Palestinian flag was flown above one of Ayr's biggest schools today after a major security breach.

The flag pole which towers high above above the Grammar Primary was accessed during an overnight stunt.

Council officials removed the flag late this afternoon.

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It follows a pro-Palestine protest outside Hampden Park before last night's football international between Scotland and Israel.

Videos showed demonstrators outside the national stadium chanting 'Palestine' before kick off.

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The protest was staged to support a call from Palestinian football players to boycott the match between the two nations.

Red paint was also splashed over a road leading into the ground with the words 'Palestinian blood' daubed on an overlooking wall.

Speaking after the school incident, Ayr West councillor Martin Dowey, said: "I have been contacted by a number of concerned residents throughout the day who have been asking how this was able to happen.

"It is a hugely concerning security breach at one of our primary schools and will clearly need investigating as a matter of urgency."

South Ayrshire Council has been contacted for comment.

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