FIVE jurors, upset that their foreman returned a verdict although they had not deliberated on the charge, returned to court on Tuesday in case they were recalled, it was revealed yesterday. They spent two hours in a waiting room at the back of the court. At about noon, the jurors went to the Legal Department, where principal information officer Mr C. H. Tse explained what had happened in court that morning. He said the jurors were satisfied with the explanation and accepted that the case would not be pursued. However, they said they wanted to make some general observations on jury service and would put them into writing later. On Monday, Mr Chiu Wai-hoi, 36, was found not guilty of trafficking 59 grams of drugs and of the alternative count of possessing the drugs. Immediately after leaving court, the five jurors complained that the foreman returned a verdict on which they had not deliberated. They went to the Legal Department, where the Deputy Solicitor-General, Mr Bob Allcock, suggested they return to court the next day.