Baby found unconscious after sleeping with dad A month-old baby boy was found unconscious while sleeping with his father on a bed at their Hang Shan Mansion flat in Tai Koo Shing yesterday morning. The boy, who had not yet named by his parents, was certified dead on arrival at Eastern Hospital. Police said initial investigations revealed no suspicious circumstances but a postmortem would be performed to determine the cause of death. The baby's mother, 41, put him on his father's bed before she took her elder son to school. When she returned she found her husband still asleep and their son unconscious and bleeding from the nose and mouth. molotov cocktail thrown at village leader's home A molotov cocktail was lobbed into the back garden of a village representative at Kuk Tau Kiu Tsuen in Yuen Long. The 21-year-old son of the village representative was awakened by an explosion just before 3am and saw flames in the back garden. He rushed outside and found the bomb and extinguished the blaze. Police are investigating. 'flat-hunting' robber ties up shamshuipo landlady A woman who advertised her Shamshuipo flat for rent was bound and gagged when a potential tenant turned out to be a robber and attacked her. After landlady, 40, took the man to the Un Chau Street flat, he gagged her, covered her head with a plastic bag and tied her hands and feet. He stole $100, her mobile phone and a bankcard before escaping. The woman, who was not injured, hopped out of the flat and alerted a neighbour. elderly couple severely burned in lpg explosion An elderly couple suffered severe burns in an explosion of an LPG stove while cooking in their Sau Ngar House flat at Sau Mau Ping Estate. The man, 79, and his wife, 83, were in critical condition in hospital. Firemen are investigating the explosion. restaurant blazes Fifty-eight people living in buildings in Kwong Fuk Road, Tai Po, were led to safety by firemen when a blaze broke out in a ground floor restaurant. A woman, 39, who felt unwell after inhaling fumes was treated in hospital and discharged. suspicious flare found A distress signal flare - measuring 18cm long and 3cm in diameter - was found abandoned opposite the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Convention Avenue, Wan Chai. An officer from the Explosive Ordinance Disposal Bureau later opened the flare and found it was an empty shell. It was taken away for investigation.