Record-seeking melvis surrenders after 7 hours Elvis impersonator Melvis Kwok Lam-sang failed in his attempt to break the world record of singing Elvis Presley songs. He had planned to sing for 30 hours, but managed just seven hours before calling it quits. The Guinness world record is 26 hours and four minutes. 'Too many fans were there and they were smoking. The smoke just got to him,' an assistant said yesterday. Woman dies after being knocked down by taxi An elderly woman died after she was hit by a taxi outside Kowloon Bay MTR station in Ngau Tau Kok. Lui Kam-sze, 65, was knocked down in Kwun Tong Road at 6am. She was on her way to work at Tung Chung, Lantau, where she worked as a cleaner at a construction site. Immigration officer attacked and robbed An immigration officer was attacked and robbed by two men in Central. The officer, 28, was hit in the face in Chung Kong Road at 5am while on his way to the Immigration Department's offices in the Harbour Building. He lost his wallet - containing $180 and his warrant card - and a mobile phone. Police said the robbers were in their 20s. The officer was taken to Queen Mary Hospital for treatment. Policeman assaulted for denying suspect a smoke A policeman was assaulted after he rejected a request for a cigarette by a suspect he was escorting to court. The suspect was due to appear on theft charges in Tsuen Wan Court. The assault happened just before 9am after the station sergeant, 51, escorted the suspect to the detention cell of the court building in Tai Ho Road. Police said the sergeant was hit in the groin by the 40-year-old suspect, who was eventually subdued. His case was adjourned to October 28 and he was remanded in custody. Inmate serving 13-year sentence commits suicide An inmate who was convicted of manslaughter in February and jailed for 13 years is believed to have committed suicide in Stanley Prison. Wong Shun-hung, 40, was found at 7am hanging by a bed sheet tied around his cell's window bars. A Corrections Services Department spokesman said an inquest would be held. mark six There was no winner of the first prize in last night's Mark Six lottery, so $5,000,000 will be carried forward to the jackpot tomorrow. The numbers were 4, 7, 10, 15, 19 and 39, and the extra was 22. There were five second prize winners.