Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers shoved an overzealous steward out of the way to protect a young pitch invader.
Celtic made light work of Livingston beating them 3-0 away from home on Saturday to remain unbeaten this season.
That was despite playing most of the contest with 10 men after Joe Hart was sent off in the first-half.
But there was aggravation after the full-time whistle when one young Celtic fan raced onto the pitch to celebrate with his heroes.
Stewards managed to intercept the youngster, with two bringing him to the floor.
That was when Rodgers jogged over and managed to help the young lad to his feet before shoving another steward out of the way.
The Hoops boss put an arm around the kid and escorted him back to the away end to the applause of the travelling fans.
When asked about the incident after the match, Rodgers told Sky Sports: “It’s just common sense.
“The wee guy at the end, he wants to see his heroes. He shouldn’t be punished or prosecuted for that.
“Especially when the security guy’s a lot older than him.”
It came after an easy win for Celtic, despite being reduced to 10 men.
Hart was shown the first red card of his entire career after rushing out of his box and crashing into Mohammed Sangare outside the box.
A ball over the top of the Bhoys defence saw the ex-England international scrambling to get to it first.
But he arrived too late, scything down Sangare in the process while the referee immediately brandished a red card with the scores at 1-0.
James Forrest was the unlucky man to make way for Scott Bain as the Scottish champions played a player down for over an hour.
It meant little, though, to Celtic, as they went on to score two more on a comfortable afternoon at the Tony Macaroni Arena.
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