Barring children from polling centres would discourage their parents from voting, Mr Justice Woo said. 'Voters are our clients and the customer is always right. We will look for a better arrangement on this issue,' he said. Mr Justice Woo was responding to an incident in South Horizons, Ap Lei Chau, during Sunday's election. A 39-year-old man was arrested after a polling officer was hit with a clipboard at a voting centre during a dispute over the man's noisy son. A record 1,415 complaints were recorded, with 317 related to canvassing in a restricted area, 365 about misplaced election advertising and 211 concerning nuisances. Mr Woo said some campaign teams were too enthusiastic. He rejected complaints the no-canvassing zone was too large in some constituencies.