Veteran activist Leung Kwok-hung, who has tried at least five times to shout down Mr Tung at Legco meetings, did not turn up for yesterday's question-and-answer session with legislators, saying people would be 'bored' if he used the same tactics too often. Mr Leung, of the April Fifth Action Group, said last night he spent yesterday afternoon showing support to a fellow activist on trial for assaulting a policeman. 'I think I don't have to go every time Tung turns up at Legco, because otherwise people will be bored. I don't want it to become a regular practice,' Mr Leung said. 'I will consider using other means to petition Tung in the future.' Mr Leung said he went to Eastern Court yesterday to accompany activist Sunny Leung Chun-wai, who was jailed for five months after being convicted of obstructing police and assaulting an officer by shouting into his ear with a loud-hailer. In Mr Tung's previous Legco question time in October, Leung Kwok-hung shouted slogans from the gallery and was arrested. He has been jailed twice for similar protests in the past two years.