The Chief Executive's question-and-answer session was interrupted for the second year by activist Leung Kwok-hung. After interrupting Mr Tung last year, the April 5th Action Group protester, nicknamed 'Long Hair', served a two-week jail term. Yesterday, Leung was led from the Legislative Council chamber and arrested with two fellow protesters. The arrests came after a dozen protesters gathered outside the Legco Building an hour before Mr Tung arrived for the session. They shouted slogans and waved banners calling for his downfall. Leung, who was later seated in the public gallery, sprang from his seat 10 minutes into the session with fellow activists Koo Sze-yiu, Ng Kung-siu and Tommy Chen No'el. They shouted: 'The Government saves the market, not the people. What a shame!' They were surrounded by seven security guards. A scuffle broke out while Mr Tung stood, smiling, halfway through a question asked by legislator Lau Kong-wah, of the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong. The four were led from the chamber by Legco staff. Leung, Koo and Ng were handed over to police and arrested under the Legislative Council (Power and Privilege) Ordinance. Mr Chen was not detained. As the group was being questioned inside the building, April 5th member Lui Yuk-lin, protesting outside, barged the front gate in an attempt to rescue her colleagues. Last night, the arrested trio was released on $1,000 police bail and ordered to report to the Waterfront Police Station on November 12. Speaking after his release, Leung said he was not afraid of being jailed again.