On August 15, I went to see an Andy Lau concert at the Coliseum. The performance was great, but I was disappointed by the selfish behaviour of some members of the audience and by the fact that security personnel did nothing to stop them.
Throughout the concert, people at the front of the auditorium took pictures, even though they were asked not to do so before the show began. It was very dark and, with so many flashes going off, my eyes were irritated and I could not concentrate on Lau's great performance.
There was no evidence of any member of the security staff even trying to enforce the no-photography rule. They did not even repeat the announcement.
I would like to see an explanation from security management, through these columns, with an assurance that positive action will be taken to curb this practice at future Coliseum concerts.
WILLIAM TSANG Kwai Chung