Missing Hong Kong kung fu stuntman found in coma at Macau hospital

Li Bo-lun, 31, who works at Ngong Ping 360 cable car company on Lantau Island, had been uncontactable since June 4

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 10 June, 2017, 1:10pm
UPDATED : Saturday, 10 June, 2017, 1:10pm

A 31-year-old Hong Kong kung fu stuntman who was missing for four days has been found in a coma at a Macau hospital, according to his company.

Li Bo-lun, a stuntman who works at Ngong Ping 360 cable car company on Lantau Island, was last seen by colleagues on the evening of June 4. His family made a police report after being informed that Li had not shown up for work the next day.

“Li was found at a Macau hospital and is now in a coma. His employer, the Hong Kong Professional Performing Arts Centre, has reached out to his family to provide assistance,” a spokeswoman for the cable operator said.

The centre is a production company that operates daily shows under the cable operator’s Stage 360. The project mainly features films with kung fu themes.

“My son is safe now and we have lots of issues to deal with at the moment,” father Li Kwok-keung told the Post on the phone.

Li’s family had been appealing to the public for information on his whereabouts in the past two days through Facebook posts.

They were waiting for Li’s Hong Kong entry and exit records from the police as they suspected that he could have crossed the border, according to his father.