City Digest, January 12, 2013
Police hunt for cabbie who attacked woman
Police are hunting for a taxi driver who indecently assaulted a woman, 29, and stole her mobile phone worth HK$4,000 in Tin Shui Wai on Thursday night, after she left the cab in Tin Wing Road. The thin cabbie, aged about 30, is about 1.7 metres tall and was wearing glasses and an orange jacket.
Fake doctor made to pay HK$277,000
The District Court yesterday ordered a self-proclaimed doctor and his manager to pay a patient HK$277,033 after she developed eye allergies following a cosmetic procedure. After the treatment, done by fake doctor Zhang Jianfeng on August 1, 2009, his patient had difficulty opening her eyes fully and keeping them focused.
Woman arrested after window falls from flat
Police arrested a woman, 29, after a window fell from her Westlands Road flat in Quarry Bay, injuring four pedestrians yesterday. Police said the four female passers-by, aged from 27 to 42, were treated for minor injuries at Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital.
'Shenzhen co-operation sure to benefit HK'
Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor and Shenzhen Mayor Xu Qin yesterday reassured locals that co-operation between Hong Kong and Shenzhen would certainly benefit both cities. Lam and Xu were commenting amid fears that the city's advantages would be jeopardised by integration with the mainland.