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Arrested son did screen test for 3-D porn film

Arrested man wrote on blog about his sad childhood and how he hated piano lessons

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 16 March, 2013, 12:00am
UPDATED : Saturday, 16 March, 2013, 5:40am
 

The younger son arrested over the killing of an old couple had a sad childhood and once did a screen test for a 3-D soft porn film.

The man, 29, who briefly worked on Sing Tao Daily's property desk, approached the media on Wednesday saying his parents were missing. Police said yesterday they were killed on March 1.

He once said on his blog that his parents forced him to learn piano, which he found boring.

"I hate piano. The day I quit piano, I said even if I become a pauper one day, I would not touch the piano again," he wrote.

And in a rare post about his parents, he wrote: "Imagine, if I tormented my parents, I would not allow them to go out to do what they like. I would force them to learn English every day from South China Morning Post.

Imagine, if I tormented my parents, I would not allow them to go out to do what they like. I would force them to learn English every day from South China Morning Post

"They would not be allowed to go hiking and eating ... their dignity and freedom would be ripped off."

He also said he would be taller and more attractive to girls if he spent his piano time on sports.

"I always tell my parents my birth is such a mistake, [but] they never take it seriously," he wrote.

In a video clip he used to audition for the erotic blockbuster 3-D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy four years ago, he bragged about his sexuality.

"I have a lot of sexual experience. Basically I had been having 'fast food' since I was 18, but I cannot maintain a proper relationship," he said.

"I have been watching Japanese porn since 17."

He also said in the clip that he studied in Australia and worked as a clerk, but was fired recently because of the financial crisis.

The film's executive producer Stephen Shiu Jnr said they did not hire him.

Yesterday, more than 50 Facebook users left comments on a page created by the son and his elder brother earlier this week to help find their parents. The page was deleted yesterday afternoon.

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