Youth held over assault on driving examiner A teenager taking his driving test was arrested yesterday after he allegedly assaulted the examiner who failed him for reckless driving. The 19-year-old was said to have pushed the examiner several times in the chest and shoulder. A dispute broke out after the teenager allegedly failed to stop at a junction in Ngau Pei Sha Street, Tsim Sha Tsui. The examiner, 40, needed treatment at Prince of Wales Hospital. Drunk harasses guards, causes robbery scare A drunken man and his friend caused a robbery scare in Kowloon City when they confronted two security guards loading cash into an ATM at an HSBC bank branch in Fuk Lo Tsuen Road. Fearful of the possibility that the two men arguing with them might be part of a robbery attempt, the guards called the police. The two men fled before the officers arrived. High-risk dengue areas Health officials have added Kowloon Tong and Ho Man Tin to the list of areas at high risk of having breeding grounds for mosquitoes that carry the dengue fever disease. Warning against a possible outbreak, they have called for a cleanup of possible breeding sites. Clarification In yesterday's City section, a report about harbour activist Winston Chu Ka-sun described the radio programme Teacup in a Storm as being broadcast by RTHK. In fact, it is a Commercial Radio programme.