A rugby fan was fined $5,000 yesterday for streaking at the Sevens. Briton Noel Lennon, 24, admitted indecency during Sunday's semi-final match between Hong Kong and Tonga. The Taiwan-based engineer said he came to Hong Kong for the three-day rugby championships and was not familiar with the local laws. 'I am sorry if I caused any offence,' he added, begging Eastern magistrate Peter Line for a lenient fine so he could pay for his return air ticket. But the magistrate told him: 'That is what you should have thought about before you made the run.' Another Briton, 33-year-old Paul James denied disorderly behaviour and obstructing a police officer at the Sevens. It was alleged James, a local senior quantity surveyor, was drunk and wilfully obstructed a senior inspector outside the main gate of the Hong Kong Stadium on Friday. A trial was set for April 28.