Activist Leung Kwok-hung will be forced to have his trademark long hair cut after being jailed yesterday for shouting slogans in the Legislative Council chamber. Leung, 44, had pledged to let his hair grow until Beijing admitted its mistakes over the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown but prison rules say inmates' hair must not reach the collar. He was sentenced to 14 days after being convicted of contempt by Western Court magistrate Anthony Kwok. Co-defendant Koo Sze-yiu, 53, was convicted of the same offence. Mr Kwok sentenced Leung to seven days, with an extra seven days enacted from a previous suspended sentence. Koo was given a one-week suspended sentence. Leung and Koo, of the April 5th Action Group, shouted an anti-government slogan as Tung Chee-hwa answered questions on October 7 on the previous day's Policy Address. It is Leung's second spell in jail after a 1979 conviction for unlawful assembly.