Bogus HSBC website is closed down Police and the Monetary Authority have shut a bogus HSBC website that may have been set up to cheat people of money. The website, www.hkhsbc.com , had copied the designs of the personal financial services pages of the bank's legitimate website. The bank warned customers to make sure they were connected to www.hsbc.com.hk before entering personal data. There have been no reports of losses so far. Secretary for Security Ambrose Lee Siu-kwong said it was not clear who was behind the website. Car crashes party in Tsim Sha Tsui A car smashed through the front of a popular Tsim Sha Tsui nightclub early this morning, injuring at least one person, a police spokeswoman said. Witnesses said a Honda Accord struck at least two cars before driving through the glass front of CQB bar on Minden Avenue shortly after midnight. 'He smashed through the front of the place, then backed out, hit another car and ran,' a witness said. Couple arrested over baby daughter's death The parents of a baby girl were arrested last night after she died under what police described as suspicious circumstances. The four-month-old girl was certified dead at Caritas Medical Centre at 6pm, after a neighbour alerted authorities that she was unconscious in her Shamshuipo home. Initial investigations indicated the infant suffered chest and head injuries. Her mother, 30, and father, 25, were last night being questioned by police. Acid attack probe turns into murder inquiry A police inquiry into an acid attack on a waitress has been upgraded to a murder probe after the woman died of her injuries. Siu Lam-heung, 45, died two months after two masked attackers, threw acid on her as she left the Tsim Sha Tsui restaurant where she worked.