The Government is taking court action to have a squatter removed from outside its head offices in Central, where the man is said to shout at Tung Chee-hwa each time the Chief Executive passes. Since August, Lai Kwai-yip, who issued a writ against Mr Tung late last year over a village road claimed to be a 'death trap', sleeps, burns joss sticks and plays Buddhist music outside the Central Government Offices, according to a writ filed yesterday in the High Court by the Secretary for Justice. Mr Lai, a resident of Tai Po Kau village, near Sha Tin, is accused of trespassing in a regular protest zone outside the offices in Lower Albert Road. The Government is seeking a court order to stop the 'nuisance'. 'The defendant shouts at the Chief Executive or government officers in a loud voice or via a loudspeaker whenever they walk past,' the writ says. Mr Lai was said to have ignored repeated requests to leave. The Government wants the land back, an injunction and undisclosed costs. A hearing has been set for Friday before Mr Justice Wally Yeung Chun-kuen.