Not good. This is the second time that Beasley has had to deal with property being vandalized. Beasley's team mates Allan McGregor, Kevin Thomson, and Kenny Miller have also had their cars damaged or defaced.
Property crime is fairly common in Scotland and although there has been a dip, the first in 30 years the rates are still higher than other developed countries. This might be a simple case of vandalism. But this is Scotland. Beasley is also part of the Rangers, which means the crime committed might have a sectarian tinge. He is also black and his team mate Maurice Edu was racially abused last year by Ranger fans, so there could be that angle too.