Pub-goers at the scene of a police incident in Glasgow City centre tonight say two homeless men were involved in a fight. Officers were called to Royal Exchange Square around 6pm on Saturday October 13 after reports of an incident. A police cordon was put up outside the Di Maggio’s restaurant as cops confirmed they attended the scene. Pub-goers who were in the area at the time said a fight had broken out between two homeless men. One said: “There were a few policemen here and they put up tape around the scene. “It looked like a couple of homeless folk were fighting with each other. “It was all over quite quickly and then things got back to normal.” A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police attended the scene shortly before 6pm. One person was injured.” The Daily record contacted Di Maggio’s, but staff refused to comment.