BRISTOL CITY ejected a fan and handed them to the police after objects were thrown at Huddersfield stars on Saturday.
A Terriers player was peppered with objects – including bottles – as they attempted to take a corner during their 3-2 win and the home side were forced to take action.
Bristol fans launched items at the playing surface with around 20 minutes to go in the second-half.
It happened as Huddersfield tried to take a corner and the officials were forced to call a temporary halt to proceedings.
Play eventually resumed with Huddersfield securing their first away win since September.
But the home side took swift action and kicked a supporter out before handing them over to cops.
A Robins statement read: "Bristol City condemns the behaviour that led to a stoppage in play during this afternoon's SkyBet Championship match against Huddersfield Town.
"An individual was immediately ejected and handed over to police following the incident, in which objects were thrown at a Huddersfield Town player.
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