Two men have been arrested and charged after a 'large-scale disturbance' in Govanhill.

Police were called to Butterbiggins Road at 1.15pm on Thursday to reports of a man being injured during the disturbance near a mosque where a funeral had been taking place.

Emergency services attended at the scene and the man was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

Police have now confirmed two men, aged 33 and 34, have been arrested and charged.

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They are due to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Monday.

We told you last week that an eyewitness saw the victim staggering down the street.

He was in his car outside the mosque and had attended the funeral earlier in the day, where the man was stabbed.

He said: “We were at the funeral then people came here and stabbed a man. They weren’t at the funeral.

“I understand they had an issue with the man who was stabbed. I was told he has been operated on now. And he is stable."

The eyewitness said the victim was stabbed at the bottom and he staggered down the whole length of the street.

He added: "It happened in the middle of the road.

“I didn’t see it but there were people at the funeral who saw it.”