A 95-YEAR-OLD widow was last night left with only $400 to live on for the rest of the month after she was pushed to the floor of a lift and robbed. Lok Sai-kau, who shares a flat with two other elderly women in Hang Kong House on Hang On Estate, Ma On Shan, had her $3,600 social welfare allowance stolen by the robber. She had just withdrawn the allowance from the bank and believed the robber had followed her from there. 'When the man grabbed the purse from my jacket pocket I held on to it. 'I refused to let go, but the man just pushed me on to the floor and I fell backwards hurting my spine,' Mrs Lok said. The robber fled with the purse which also contained her identity card and an old people's centre membership card. She staggered home and her co-tenants called police. Mrs Lok was treated at the Prince of Wales Hospital and later discharged. She said last night that she had only $400 in savings and did not know how she would survive until next month's social welfare allowance. But she said she was glad she had paid her monthly rental of $333 with part of her savings before she was robbed. The robber had not taken her personal stamp which she had to use to obtain the allowance from the bank each month, because she had dropped it in the bank and was holding it, instead of putting it back in her purse. Mrs Lok was still in pain last night although a doctor had given her medicine.