Angry customers of failed stockbrokers Forluxe Holdings and CA Pacific Securities threw eggs at posters of top financial officials in an emotion-charged rally outside Tung Chee-hwa's office yesterday. They also asked Mr Tung to sack Financial Services Secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan and Securities and Futures Commission chairman Anthony Neoh, who they claim are responsible for their losses. About 100 investors marched to the Central Government Offices. Waving banners and chanting slogans, they said the officials should pay for their losses because rules were too lax. They threw eggs at portraits of Mr Hui and Mr Neoh before handing them to a government representative. They also gave the representative eggs with Mr Hui and Mr Neoh's names on them. Following the collapse of CA Pacific in February and Forluxe last week, the Government proposed new regulations on margin trading. These extend the definition of a dealer under the Securities Ordinance to individuals engaged in margin lending, who will be required to have a minimum registered paid-up capital of $10 million.