Couple tied to a tree and robbed on lantau beach Knife-wielding robbers held up a couple who were out on an early evening stroll at Chang Sha beach on Lantau yesterday. The man, 45, and his wife, 39, were accosted by three men who who tied them to a tree. The suspects, who spoke with mainland accents, took a mobile phone, a small amount of cash, as well as the couple's identity and bank cards. Tram driver with flu collapses on duty The driver of a tram collapsed after stopping at a red light in North Point. Chan Fu-ting, 32, fainted aboard the west-bound tram when it stopped at the junction of King's Road and Ming Yuen Western Street just before 11.30am. There were about 50 passengers onboard. Police said Mr Chan, who was suffering from flu, regained consciousness after being taken to Eastern Hospital, where he was admitted and was last night in a stable condition. Property agent robbed by pair posing as clients A property agent was robbed of $3,000, a mobile phone, a gold necklace, a gold ring and a watch after she took two men posing as clients to view a residential unit in Fuk Wing Street, Shamshuipo. Police said the woman, 53, was held at knifepoint and tied up after she entered the first-floor unit with the two men. She later freed herself and called the police. Tourist beggar arrested A mainland tourist was arrested for allegedly breaching her condition of stay when she was found begging in Fanling yesterday morning. The 62-year-old woman, a two-way permit holder, was caught on a Pak Wo Road footbridge outside Fanling KCRC station at about 8am after a male passer-by called police.