A UNIVERSITY student was shocked when a man entered her shower room and motioned her to go over to his cubicle, Eastern Court heard yesterday. Lawyer Lam Ho-kong, 28, who registered with the Law Society on April 1, denied loitering in the women's changing room of the Hong Kong Football Club on July 3 and frightening the student. The court heard Yang Kai-sue, 22, who is studying in Canada, bumped into him outside the communal sauna and steam room in the new clubhouse at Happy Valley, while she was home for the summer holidays. Ms Yang told the court Lam walked into the steam room and sat across from her a few minutes after she and her mother had gone in. He stayed for a few minutes, then he wiped the steam from the glass door and moved to a bench just outside. Afterwards, Ms Yang said, she and her mother left the sauna and went to the women's changing room. But when Ms Yang was showering, she heard noises and turned to find Lam opening a shower curtain and looking straight at her. 'I was shocked and screamed, 'Excuse me!' But he returned me a hand signal, which I took as a request for me to go over to his cubicle,' she said, adding that he also signalled her to keep quiet. 'So I shouted again and yelled, 'A man in the bathroom',' she said. She identified Lam to security guards. Daniel Marash, defending, suggested Ms Yang would have trouble identifying the man as she only saw him briefly and the room was steamy. However, Ms Yang dismissed his suggestion. Earlier, Magistrate Patrick Li refused Ms Yang's request for her name to be withheld. He said she had not been a victim of a sexual offence. The hearing continues today.