Cyclist mistaken for robber is attacked A 55-year-old cyclist was in intensive care last night after he was mistaken for a robber and knocked off his bicycle by a passer-by in Sheung Shui. Police said the cyclist, Sit Hung, had accidentally crashed into the boom gate of a parking lot then cycled off, despite shouts by an attendant for him to stop and pay for possible damage. The attendant shouted 'robbery, robbery' and a 38-year-old passerby kicked Mr Sit off his bike, his head hitting the road. Mr Sit was in a stable condition in North District Hospital. The passerby said: 'I feel very uncomfortable, I wanted to visit him but I couldn't as he was still in intensive care.' Police have classified the case as a traffic accident. 10 injured when two taxis collide Ten people were injured when two taxis collided in Cheung Sha Wan early yesterday. The vehicles were travelling along Lin Cheung Road when the accident happened at 1am. The vehicle in front slowed as it approached roadworks and was hit from behind by the second taxi. The injured were taken to Princess Margaret Hospital and the Caritas Medical Centre. Eight were discharged but two men, aged 28 and 35, remained in stable condition. Girl, 15, held after raid uncovers weapons Six people, including a girl, 15, have been arrested in connection with the seizure of about 20 weapons. Anti-triad officers in Tai Po raided a hut in Nam Hang village at 6am and found a 60cm machete, three beef knives, three heavy hammers and a dozen iron pipes. Five men, aged between 16 and 20, were also arrested. Bosses warned on pay Employers have been warned to ensure they pay staff within seven days of terminating their contracts. The Labour Department issued the warning after a property development company, Pacific Glory Group Holding, was fined $20,000 for the offence in Eastern Court. The department said it would vigorously enforce the law and not tolerate such offences.