Published Friday, 13 July 2012
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Band members wearing the uniform of the Shankill's Young Conway Volunteers Flute Band were filmed after they stopped at St Patrick's Catholic Church in Donegall Street during the main parade.
The footage, which emerged on video-sharing site YouTube, lasts over two minutes.
It was recorded by a Sinn Féin activist on Thursday and shows the band circling in front of the Church. Two band members then approach the man filming the scene and appear to attack him.
Police said they are aware of the incident and officers intervened.
"During a parade through the area it was observed that two bands continued to play whilst stationary outside the church," a PSNI statement read.
"Although it was deemed that this was not in breach of a Parades Commission determination, officers liaised with parade stewards to negotiate an end to this action. Police evidence gatherers were also tasked to the area to monitor and record the incident.
A considerable amount of footage has been recorded and will be studied closely. If any criminal offences are detected a full and thorough investigation will be carried out.
"Officers intervened when a member of the public privately recording the incident was approached by a group of men," police added.
"Throughout this incident police worked closely with stewards and organisers to resolve the situation peacefully."
North Belfast Sinn Féin Councillor Conor Maskey was in the area at the time and witnessed part of the incident.
He said the Orange Order needs to explain the actions of the band.
"The Orange Order needs to explain to the St Patrick's congregation why a loyalist band taking part in their parade played sectarian tunes and behaved provocatively outside St Patrick's Church yesterday," he said.
"The person filming was then attacked by a member of the band."
Mr Maskey continued: "Unionist politicians Nigel Dodds and Nelson McCausland were in close proximity at the time yet did nothing to intervene. It is time for the Orange Order to show leadership, step into the 21st century and got rid of the organisation's anti-catholic sectarian ethos.
"Until that happens, then clearly this bigoted side of the organisation will continue to manifest itself in incidents like yesterday."
However it has been suggested that the band didn't deliberately stopped in front of the church during a parade delay.
A Belfast County Grand Lodge spokesperson told UTV: "The institution reviews all parades and will take any issues into account in that review."