A DISTRICT Court judge yesterday adjourned sentencing against two men convicted of attacking a temple curator with knives. Ng Siu-wing, 27, was found guilty after trial of wounding and claiming to be a member of a triad society. Ho Kam-cheung, 26, pleaded guilty to wounding. The court heard that on April 9 last year, Ng and Ho entered the Tin Hau Temple in Tai Shing Village, Sau Mau Ping, and, with Ng claiming to be a member of the Lam Tin Sun Yee On triad society, they demanded payment of $100,000 from the temple curator, MrWong Kam-hon. For the Crown, Mrs V. A. Penlington told the court it was the prosecution case that on the following day, Ng and Ho returned with the same demands and, on being refused, they took out knives and attacked the temple curator. They then fled but police caught Ng. Ho escaped in a taxi but was later arrested. Mr Wong suffered wounds to his feet, arms and hands. Judge Burrell adjourned the case until May 14 and ordered Ng and Ho to be remanded in custody.