An aggrieved buyer of a mainland flat threw 15 eggs at the office of the Law Society over two days to show his anger over what he felt was malpractice by lawyers, a court heard yesterday. Insurer Leung Chiu-ming, 49, pleaded not guilty in Western Court to two counts of behaving in a disorderly manner in a public place. The court heard the former China Properties Problem Association spokesman threw three eggs at the Law Society's reception area on Monday. He returned to the society's Central office the next day, when he threw another 12 eggs in the reception area, causing employees to flee, the court heard. He was arrested later that day. Magistrate Michael Jenkins granted Leung $500 bail and barred him from visiting the Law Society. 'Since you say you have no dispute with the Law Society, you have no reason to go there,' Mr Jenkins said. Leung, representing himself, told the court he had filed a writ against the Law Society, its council members and former chairman Chow Wing-kin last year. Mr Jenkins adjourned the case for trial to July 9.