Paul Zimmerman, chief co-ordinator of the Designing Hong Kong Harbour District group, held aloft a large 'Free the Croc' banner during the July 1 march. The activist later said our celebrity croc must be freed to demonstrate Hong Kong's spirit and show we are still a free, loving and caring city. But Zimmerman gave LoDown another reason the croc must leave its Kadoorie Farm home as soon as possible - bad fung shui. He pointed out that CLP Power - of which the Kadoorie family is the major shareholder - has been troubled by a number of power suspension problems since the croc moved to the farm last month. Just the day before the march, train services were disrupted, offices and homes in Kowloon suffered a momentary blackout and scores of people were trapped in lifts when an overhead power cable was hit by lightening. And last week there was a power suspension at Amoy Gardens.