A communion table and other Christian artefacts have been removed from a hospital chapel to accommodate visitors of all faiths.
The health trust behind the move said it was complying with guidelines from the Scottish Executive, which call for a "holistic" approach to spiritual care.
But a regular visitor to the chapel at Perth Royal Infirmary complained that there were now "just a few mats on the floor" where the communion table once stood.
"A few mats on the floor" - now where have I seen that before? - Perthshire has one of the least multicultural populations in Britain, with less than one per cent of the population of ethnic origin. (Assuming that the Scotch aren't an ethnic people - that is.)