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  1. Teacher convicted of Octopus card theft

    Posted Sep 22nd 2004, 12:00am by Elaine Wu

    ... Elaine Wu Defendant claimed it mysteriously appeared in her bag A teacher who said a colleague's Octopus card had mysteriously appeared in her bag was convicted of theft yesterday. Lui Siu-kuen, 26, had denied stealing a wallet belonging to fellow teacher Yuen Kwai-yee but admitted using her Octopus card thinking it was her own. The wallet, with six credit cards ...

  2. Minibus heist suspect appears in court

    Posted Jun 08th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Po. They allege the men robbed two women and 11 men of $3,990, 700 yuan, 11 wallets, six Hong Kong identity cards, two Hong Kong driver's licences, six Octopus cards, four home-return permits, 11 bank cards, one library card, three student cards, 12 mobile phones with SIM cards and three mobile phone SIM cards. It is understood the two alleged robbers fled to the mainland after ...

  3. Police nail acid-attack suspect thanks to a black paper bag

    Posted Jan 16th 2010, 12:00am by Clifford Lo

    ... The investigation team moved swiftly. Officers collected the Octopus card data of commuters who passed through that turnstile, matching times with footage, to identify the suspect. The Octopus card ... carrying similar bags identified inside Causeway Bay MTR 4 Police record Octopus card data of the suspects as they pass through MTR turnstiles 5 Octopus management company asked to provide card ...

  4. Policewoman guilty of ill-treating child

    Posted Feb 17th 2009, 12:00am by Joyce Man

    ... Joyce Man A policewoman who hit and kicked a nine-year-old boy after he missed a swimming test and forgot his Octopus card was convicted yesterday of ill-treating a child last year. ... this time in Yu's presence. On August 14, a passer-by reported Chan after seeing her kick, hit and swear at the boy, angry he had left his Octopus card at the sports centre. Police arrested ...

  5. Shame of social worker who took boy's wallet

    Posted Aug 13th 2009, 12:00am by Austin Chiu

    ... HK$670, his identity card, an Octopus card and two student cards, was missing. He reported this to a library staff member. After viewing closed-circuit TV footage police were called. Leung, who ...

  6. Burglar replaced bank book after account theft

    Posted Sep 11th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Impersonating Ho, Lau went to a police station and said he had lost his wallet containing his identity card, an Octopus card and HK$200. The police issued a memo to him concerning the loss. He then went ... into the room again and replace the passbook. Later that day Ho tried to use his ATM card to access the account but the card was retained by the machine. He went home to check his passbook ...

  7. Robbers caught after cabbie fights back

    Posted Oct 31st 2009, 12:00am by Joyce Man

    ... and Tse Wai-man of HK$1,500 and an Octopus card in the successful robberies. In both cases, they boarded the taxi in Lai Chi Kok, brandished knives mid-journey, demanded money, and ran off after ...

  8. Three teens sentenced for robbing home of HK$500,000

    Posted Jul 10th 2009, 12:00am by Joyce Man

    ... friend of the youngest accomplice, shared with his mother, a housewife named Mrs Chan, and took HK$500,300, 20 lai see packets containing a total of HK$300 in cash, two Octopus cards and other ...

  9. Little hope if no overhaul of soccer administration

    Posted Sep 20th 2010, 12:00am by Wang Xiangwei

    ... Wang Xiangwei 'Following Paul the Octopus' spectacular winning streak by correctly 'predicting' the winner of Germany's seven matches at the 2010 World Cup, ... sport's world governing body), which ordered China to give up football in order to save other octopuses and animal oracles from suicide.' This popular joke is among thousands circulating ...

  10. Pilot keeps job after drunken tomfoolery

    Posted Nov 09th 2008, 12:00am by Simon Parry

    ... Simon Parry A Cathay Pacific pilot convicted of stealing an Octopus machine from a McDonald's restaurant on a drunken night out has managed to keep his job. Australian Nicholas Reymond, 31, was hauled before a disciplinary hearing after being fined for taking the card-reading machine out of the McDonald's in February. Mr Reymond was captured on surveillance cameras ...




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