Football git Paul Gascoigne may have emerged unscathed after his antics in the cabin of a Cathay Pacific jet while en route from Hong Kong to London - but have we heard the last of it? Certainly not, says a clique of Hong Kong lawyers disgusted at the weak-kneed attitude of British soccer officials. 'If the British don't have the guts to take action against their own hooligans and louts, we just might,' bellowed one barrister. 'We can launch a private prosecution, get a warrant for his arrest from South Kowloon Magistracy and have him extradited for air piracy.' A successful extradition of Gascoigne to face Hong Kong justice will be bigger news in the British press than the handover. With a bit of luck, he might also get a spell inside one of Her Majesty's prisons. All in favour should start gathering incriminating evidence.