A TRANSCRIPT of the phone call now in the hands of the ICAC reads: Mr X: I want to be a volunteer worker for Mr Wai. Do you know where the King Lam estate polling station is? An assistant: Well . . . hang on, let me check . . . Mr X: I can help you to get more than 100 votes in King Lam Estate . . . Assistant: Is that true? Thank you. Mr X: Well . . . will there be any travel expenses? Assistant: I don't understand, what you are talking about? Mr X: Well, at least you have to buy an orange when you go to visit someone and persuade them to vote. Assistant: I don't know what you are talking, can you make it clear? Mr X: I mean how much is one vote worth?