A MUM told a murder trial how she tried to save her dying son after he was allegedly attacked outside her pub.

Anne Marie Lynch recalled Owen Hassan “covered in blood” in the street beside the Old Stag Inn bar in Glasgow’s Pollokshaws in November 2018.

The 55-year-old initially chased after a man before realising he was with another individual.

Miss Lynch told jurors how her son would “stand up for himself” - but was not aware if he had a “lot of enemies”.

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She was giving evidence today at the trial of David Callaghan, 30 and Craig Corrall, 39, at the High Court in Glasgow.

The pair deny murdering 30-year-old Mr Hassan.

The court heard how the dad would often work in his mum’s pub, where she was the licensee.

Mr Hassan had gone there on the day of the alleged murder – November 7 last year.

Miss Lynch recalled: “He came in and said: ‘I am exhausted. I am just going to go and get a shower’.

“He got the keys for the house. He said he was very tired and was going home.”

She said her son left before later hearing “a bang”.

Miss Lynch ran from behind the bar and spotted Mr Hassan against the pub door.

She added: “I thought he was doing something funny then I could her thumping and realised something was wrong.”

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As the mum ran out, Mr Hassan was on the ground. Miss Lynch then grabbed hold of another man there to “try and stop what was happening”.

This man then broke free, but Miss Lynch initially went after him.

She told prosecutor Lynsey MacDonald: “I just thought: “Who are you...what have you done?’.”

Miss Lynch believed the man was armed. She said he then shouted on another person nearby who also appeared to have a weapon.

Miss Lynch said she was told at one stage: “F*** off, missus.”

The mum then recalled: “I ran back to the pub. He (Mr Hassan) was just lying there...covered in blood.

“I was trying to get a phone to call an ambulance. I was just trying to help him.”

Paramedics soon arrived to treat Mr Hassan, but he never recovered.

The court heard Miss Lynch later identified two individuals she believed were involved.

Callaghan’s QC Brian McConnachie quizzed Miss Lynch on the men she claimed to have seen.

The advocate suggested Mr Hassan was a person who had a “lot of enemies”.

His mum replied: “Maybe he had enemies...I don’t know.”

Prosecutors claim Mr Hassan was chased, seized by the body and the repeatedly struck with knives or machetes.

The trial, before Lord Woolman, continues.