Police in Glasgow have confirmed that a 23-year-old man was stabbed on Monday in Strathbungo. 

Officers were called to Langside Road, close to Govanhill, at around 8pm on Monday after reports of an altercation. 

Police later confirmed that the man sustained multiple wounds to his stomach during the incident, with emergency services rushing him to hospital. 

On Monday evening reports emerged of a man entering a supermarket on nearby Victoria Road, shouting for help. 

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He reportedly sat in the entrance area of the store with blood continuing to stain his clothing. 

The man is said to have been helped by customers and staff while waiting for emergency services to arrive. 

Ambulance crews and police officers rushed to the scene, arriving at around 8.15pm, when the man was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. 

He is said to be in a stable condition. 

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A spokesman for Police Scotland said: "At around 8pm on Monday, January 14, police were called to reports of a 23-year-old male having sustained puncture wounds to the abdomen as a result of an altercation on Langside Road. 

"The man was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital where he is being held in a stable condition. 

"Police are making further enquiries into the incident."