Two men are on trial accused of killing a 56-year-old man in a Glasgow post office.

Edward Brown, 51, from Renfrew, and 63-year-old co-accused Alan Brown, of Craigton, Glasgow, are both alleged to have attacked John McGuire on March 24, last year.

The incident is said to have taken place at Cardonald Post Office, in Paisley Road West, Glasgow.

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Prosecutors claim the pair were acting together when they held Mr McGuire on the ground and stamped on his body.

It is alleged they also pressed his neck and knelt on his back, restricting his breathing.

Mr Maguire was rushed to accident and emergency at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital at 3.06pm.

He was pronounced dead at 3.20pm.

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Mr Maguire's body was taken for post-mortem examination and his brain was examined.

No significant abnormalities were found in his brain.

Today at the High Court in Glasgow both men denied the culpable homicide of Mr McGuire from Glasgow.

The trial before judge Lord Clark continues.