Dundee United have launched an investigation after Jamie Robson “blacked up” for a flowery costume occasion.
A photograph emerged of the left-back on social media over the weekend carrying an umbrella hat, hi-vis vest, white T-shirt and shorts with black leggings.
The picture reveals the 20-year-old holding two indicators – one studying “Purchase 1 Get 5 free” with bracelets connected, whereas the opposite learn “Low cost as chips” alongside some sun shades.
United supervisor Robbie Neilson has vowed to take sturdy motion.
He stated: “I spoke to him briefly. The requirements at this soccer membership need to stored on the highest degree.
“We’ll chat once more later with him and the membership will take care of it in-house.
“We’re a giant soccer membership and we get quite a lot of publicity. The gamers, workers and everybody related to it wants to grasp that.
“When you find yourself out and about and doing various things you might be representing the membership and the followers.
“So we are going to take care of it over the following few days.”
It isn’t the primary time Robson has sparked controversy.
Footage from Snapchat confirmed the defender ingesting from a pint glass whereas driving, however he escaped punishment after the membership had been happy the drink wasn’t alcoholic.