Diners do not appreciate worms on the menu Diners and staff panicked in a Sha Tin restaurant yesterday when a man left a bag of worms on a table after asking to see one of the restaurant's directors. When he was told the director was out, the man left, leaving the bag on the table. The worms then wriggled out onto the table and chairs, causing employees and customers to scatter. The director of the restaurant in Ngan Shing Street told police he had borrowed money from someone and had not yet repaid the loan. Teenager falls to his death from 19th-floor A 16-year-old boy fell to his death after he climbed out of a window of his 19th-floor flat in Cheung Sha Wan and sat on the clothing rack. Police negotiators called to Sheung Lai House, Wah Lai Estate, failed to coax the teenager back inside. People are using their credit cards more Hong Kong people have begun spending money on their credit cards again after a near 20 per cent fall in spending since the beginning of the Sars outbreak, Citibank's country business manager Danny Liu said. 'I think this is an indication people just can't stand locking themselves at home forever. Even though we don't yet have the exact figures, during the past few days we've seen a very obvious rebound in consumer spending.'' A cross-dresser in the toilet makes diner cross A 26-year-old man wearing a wig, makeup and women's clothing was arrested after being found inside a ladies' toilet in a restaurant in Star House, Tsim Sha Tsui, following a complaint from a woman customer. He was wearing a brown dress, blue pantyhose and black shoes. When police arrived, the man reportedly told officers: 'Please give me a chance. I only wanted to watch some women.'' A suspect was arrested for loitering. Man dies after being dragged from pool A 54-year-old man died in hospital after being pulled unconscious from a public swimming pool in Aberdeen. The man was dragged from the pool by a 27-year-old lifeguard at the Pao Yue Kong Swimming Pool in Shum Wan Road at about 7am. He was taken to Ruttonjee Hospital where he died last night. Prostitute girlfriend's strangling 'an accident' A young man accused of murdering a mainland prostitute he was dating, and stuffing her body into a suitcase four days later, told a jury he accidentally throttled her after they argued over her refusal to give up her profession. Nee Man-tik, 23, told the Court of First Instance he believed Zhang Cuiying, 36, was going to give up her job and they were going to move to the mainland together. Nee has pleaded not guilty to murdering her on February 15 last year. The case continues.