It's again time to refresh ourselves about some of the more bizarre episodes of 2002. Welcome to the SAR Awards, Part 2 (July to December) THE SPCA (THE SOCIETY OF PROMOTING CELEBRITY ATTENTION-SEEKERS) CROSS Presented to Canto-pop star Nicholas Tse Ting-fung (left), who took the body of his beloved pet hedgehog Siu Gut to Western Court to face a charge of perverting the course of justice. The body of the pet, which had died two days before, and its cardboard-box coffin was denied entry into court. LAZARUS TROPHY To Hong Kong man Steven Chin Leung who, attempting to dodge a US fraud charge, faked his own death in the September 11 terrorist attacks. The authorities arrested him after Chin, an only child, pretended to be his own brother. He backed up his claims with e-mails, which cops quickly realised were all sent after the attacks. HOW-THE-MIGHTY-HAVE- FALLEN ROSETTE A Hong Kong hotel maid revealed former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos (right) wandered the presidential suite in adult nappies after apparently losing control of her bladder. JUNE 4 FLASHBACK TROPHY Goes to the Shenzhen PLA officer who, trying to control jostling shoppers at a supermarket sale, bellowed: 'Hey you guys, pipe down or it will be another Tiananmen here.' THE DON'T-KNOW-MUCH-ABOUT-HISTORY SCHOLARSHIP Dismissing claims that Hong Kong was not ready for Article 23 legislation because it lacked democracy, Secretary for Security Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee (above) said: 'Don't believe democracy will be a panacea. Adolf Hitler was returned by universal suffrage and he killed seven million Jews.' In fact, Hitler manipulated the democratic process to seize power. THE PREDICTABLE PIN- NUMBER PRIZE Museum worker Andrew Kong Chun-wa, who found a bank card left in a cash-point machine, casually tapped in the numbers 123456 and found he had keyed in the correct PIN number. He was jailed for eight months after siphoning off $126,900 over a two-day period. EXCELLENCE IN JOURNALISM AWARD Tycoon Albert Yeung Sau-shing (left), for closing his publication East-week on November 1, after it published a picture of a semi-naked actress taken against her will. THE 'I DIDN'T DO IT' BROKEN GOLD RECORD To Canto-crooner and convicted drug user William So Wing-hong (left), for his wet, whiny and endless denials before being sent to rehab in Taiwan. THE ALBERT EINSTEIN AWARD FOR WARPING SPACE AND TIME, AND RIGHT AND WRONG Actor Tony Leung Chiu-wai (left), who was quoted in a magazine saying 'during the June 4 incident, I didn't join in any demonstrations because what the Chinese government did was right - to maintain stability, which was good for everybody'. He later clarified that his remark represented the view of Broken Sword, an assassin character in China 2,200 years ago, who he plays in the film Hero. THE SPANKING NEW GOLDEN HANDCUFFS AWARD To Constable Chiang Man-kei, who, while undercover at Fetish Fashion, agreed to be tied to a saddle while an American woman called Jessica spanked, whipped and scratched his bottom. All in the course of the police's extremely costly and ultimately pointless attempt to stop consenting adults enjoying themselves in private. THE EDWARD VIII CROWN FOR ABDUCATION 'Queen of Bum' and former beauty queen Belinda Hamnett (left) happily abdicated her throne after joining a slimming clinic that helped reduce her 40-inch posterior to 35 inches. But the price is that for every inch she expands in future, she has to pay a $100,000 fine to the clinic that hired her to promote its slimming programme. THE SILLIEST MARCH OF THE YEAR AWARD To Article 23 supporters who took to the streets this month to protest that they have too much freedom. VINTAGE CUP 'To Hong Kong wine-merchant James Neale for masterminding Australia's biggest and dumbest Ecstasy smuggling operation. Neale, 56, (above) hid 105kg of the party drug in a shipment of cheap vin de table. Trouble was it made no sense to bring cheap wine into a wine-producing country. Customs got suspicious. Neale got life. MORE-THAN-WE-NEEDED-TO-KNOW MINK EARMUFF AWARD British documentary that revealed Hong Kong radio legend, Ralph Pixton, had an affair with British comedian Wilfrid Brambell. SAR is taking a week's holiday and will return on January 6.