Homophobic graffiti daubed on Polo Lounge entrance in Glasgow

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The Polo Lounge in Glasgow is one of the largest gay bars in Scotland

Police have launched an investigation after homophobic graffiti was daubed on the entrance to a gay bar in Glasgow.

Officers were alerted to the vandalism at the Polo Lounge in Wilson Street at about 18:20 on Tuesday.

The venue, which is described as LGBTQ+ inclusive, is one of the largest of its kind in Scotland. Hours after the incident staff tweeted "#LGBTQ #Pololovesyou x"

A police spokeswoman said inquiries were ongoing.

An image of the graffiti emerged on social media, sparking anger in the local community.

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Police are investigating a report of vandalism at the Wilson Street venue

Anyone with information has been urged to contact Police Scotland's non-emergency line.

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