A Hong Kong man was killed in Jakarta but police said his murder last week was not related to the rioting that swept the Indonesian capital. Neil Peacock, 36, a Briton, was stabbed to death by two assailants last Thursday on the Tanggerang toll road, the victim of an armed robbery. 'He bled to death after being stabbed eight times. The robbers dumped his body on the roadside,' Lieutenant-Colonel Aritonang said. Peacock, a furniture designer from Newcastle, was stabbed six times in the right thigh, once in the knee and once in the right calf muscle. His companion was identified as Endang Setiowati, a bar worker at the Tanamur Diskotek, in Central Jakarta, the Jakarta Post said. He is survived by his wife, Linda, and four-year-old son Marcus. The robbers commandeered the taxi that was taking Peacock back to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel at about 2 am. Believed to be the driver's accomplices, they stole about 600,000 rupiah (HK$480) in cash, a pair of shoes, a wristwatch, a belt and his banking and credit cards, Colonel Aritonang said.