Two men who claim to have been beaten up by police are each suing the Secretary for Justice for more than $200,000. A mainlander who entered Hong Kong illegally on January 12 this year, says in a High Court writ that the public light bus he was on was stopped by police that evening. When Hui Peng was unable to produce a Hong Kong identity card, he was handcuffed and hit on the shoulder and back of the head with a stick, the writ claims. It says an officer dragged him by the hair into the aisle of the bus, where his legs were beaten with a stick about 30 times while another officer punched his head and chest. The writ says the 28-year-old was taken to Sheung Shui police station, where he was kicked and elbowed. He now suffers headaches and impaired vision, and is seeking $203,100. In a separate writ, Siu Fai-yee claims that on July 27 last year, three police officers dragged him into a public toilet in Kwai Chung and punched and kicked him for having a 'bad attitude'. The writ says Mr Siu, 42, was searched and nothing was found. He claims he was struck 30 times and now suffers chest and back pain. He is seeking $202,525.