Falkirk could be in serious trouble with the Scottish FA after a section of their supporters threw fake eyeballs on to the pitch during their derby battle with Dunfermline Athletic, in a disgusting taunt at Pars' midfielder Dean Shiels.
The Pars ran out eventual 2-0 winners over their rivals at East End Park on Tuesday night with goals from Nicky Clark and Declan McManus securing the victory. However, the Championship match was tarnished by away fans singling out the former Rangers star over his missing eye, launching the objects from the stand.
O'Hara's teammate Joe McKee received a four-match ban in December for the same charge of "excessive misconduct".
The SFA found the pair guilty of making malicious comments towards the former Northern Ireland international, who had his right eye removed in 2006 after being involved in a domestic accident as a child back in 1992.
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Despite Shiels having to manage with this impairment, it has not hindered the 32-year-old, who has had a distinguished career with clubs in the higher echelons of the Scottish league. He even played in 2012 Scottish Cup Final