Property agent robbed by imposter client A property agent was robbed yesterday by a man posing as a potential client. The victim, 45, was taking the man to see a flat in Waterloo Road, Yau Ma Tei, at 11am when she was attacked. When they got to the flat the man pushed her into a room and tied her up with electric wires. The woman lost two mobile phones, $100 and her Octopus card. The police described the suspect as about 1.7 metres tall and of strong build. He was wearing a white shirt and jeans. police seek leads on missing father, son The police are appealing for information on a father and his son who have been missing for a week. Lai Wai-cheung, 55, and his seven-year-old son, Lai Fuk-wing, disappeared after leaving their home in Lok Man Sun Chuen, Hunghom, on June 7. The father is about 1.7 metres tall, of thin build, with a long face and short, straight black hair. His son is about 1.2 metres tall and of normal build, with a round face and short, straight hair. Anyone with information should contact 2761 8200. poor design is curse for swimmers, survey shows More than 40 per cent of swimmers who have visited public swimming pools said they had suffered injuries such as bruises and cuts because of the pools' poor designs, according to a survey by the Democratic Alliance for Betterment of Hong Kong. The party interviewed 1,180 people at the beginning of the month. Results also showed that 17 per cent had complained about various discomforts, such as red eyes and skin problems, after using government pools. The DAB called for a review of pool designs and construction, and better cleaning. Drink-driver arrested after hitting barrier A driver was arrested for drink-driving after his van flipped over on its side while he was approaching the Island Estate Corridor. The accident happened after the van, heading east, crashed into a roadside barrier. A passenger, 21, was taken to Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital after complaining of back pains. The arrested driver, 23, was released on $5,000 bail. get your passport applications in early Holiday-makers planning to renew Hong Kong passports have been urged to submit their applications quickly because the Immigration Department is expecting a sharp increase in the number of applications before the holiday season. It usually takes 15 working days to process each application, the department said. Application forms can be submitted by post or placed in the drop-in boxes at the department's offices.