The police sees no connection between the two recent attacks in Glasgow

New British incident in Glasgow is not associated with the attack that occurred on Friday, police said.

"This (attack) is not considered as associated with an incident on West George street on Friday," said the police.

Earlier on Sunday, the Glasgow police at 12.10 local time (14.10 GMT) received a call in connection with the attack. According to eyewitnesses, the man, whose clothes were covered in blood, shouting ran into the street. The Daily Mail newspaper reported that police cordoned off the streets after a new attack with a knife in the center of the city.

Two days ago in a hotel in the centre of Glasgow a man with a knife attacked were in the building people. The suspect who acted alone, shot and killed by police. They found 28-year-old citizen of Sudan, badreddin Abdullah Adam.

The hotel housed migrants awaiting granting of refugee status. Witnesses said among the victims are of African descent. According to police, the incident is not being treated as a terrorist attack.