TWO BIG hearted Rangers fans took a terminally ill schoolgirl who was branded 'ugly' by sick trolls for a day out at Ibrox.
Brothers Chris,26, and Gary,30, Liddell who run an Electrician firm in Lanarkshire, took seven-year-old Kiara Bounomo out for a tour round the stadium and lunch at the grounds Argyle House restaurant.
The die-hard Gers fans won free tickets for a tour of Ibrox at an event last month.
And the season ticket holders wanted to take someone "less fortunate" to the famous ground.
After posting on social media they got in touch with someone from the Dream Maker foundation who suggested Rangers daft Kiara.
The two brothers got in touch with Kiara's dad Aldo and mum Natasha yesterday morning and then headed straight over to pick her up and take her out for the day.
Gary told the Scottish Sun: "We've seen Ibrox hundreds of times we thought it would be good to take someone out who is less fortunate and with Easter approaching we thought it would be an ideal team to arrange it.
"It's the first time we've done something like that, but not the last.
"It was a special day, getting a smile from the wee lassie, it was a day I will never forget."
"We've given donations to charities before, but this was different to actually be there and see the difference your making was brilliant.
"Kiara loved it, especially when we all made her captain and she led us out of the tunnel with Simply the best playing in the background."
Kiara's dad Aldo shared an adorable pic of Kiara with the two lads at Ibrox on social media.
The famous Sandy Jardine main stand can be seen in background and they picked a cracking day to visit with the sun shining down on the pitch.
The grateful dad shared a post on the Facebook page Kiara Buonomo's Big Fight.
Aldo said: "Big thank you to to Chris & Gary, directors at 2 core electrics, took Kiara out for the day, picked up in a range rover jeep away for a tour of Ibrox stadium and a spot of
lunch at Argyle House. Lovely blokes with big hearts, Kiara thoroughly enjoyed herself and it will be forever appreciated. Thanks again ♥️ Kiara x."
Followers of the page sent their love on the post.
Cap doffed to the two brothers,a very kind and thoughtful gesture.
As for abusing the family,are the police involved?
Surely that has to be an arrestable offence? I would imagine with stricter internet and social media laws,that level of scumbaggery would merit a custodial sentence.