TAXI DRIVER JAILED FOR TOUTING AT AIRPORT A taxi driver was jailed for six weeks yesterday for touting at Chek Lap Kok. Tsuen Wan Court heard that he was caught on February 2 when airport police were conducting an anti-touting operation. The 46-year-old offered a cheaper ride after being approached by a police officer posing as a tourist. councillor charged over expense claims Tai Po district councillor Kwan Wing-yip, 28, has been charged by the ICAC for allegedly furnishing false information to the council in applying for allowances totalling about $30,000. The alleged offences took place between July 1, 2000, and December 27, 2001. Kwan has been released on bail and will appear at Fanling Court tomorrow on 19 counts of furnishing false information. driver arrested after crashing into window A drunk driver was arrested after his car crashed into a window at the Miramar Shopping Centre in Kimberley Road at 3.15am yesterday. The driver lost control after swerving to avoid a pedestrian while making a U-turn. A passenger was injured but refused to be sent to hospital. The driver failed a breathalyser test and was released on $5,000 bail. huge toyota recall will affect only us owners A recall of 128,000 Toyota Camry sedans sold in the US over the past two years to fix a problem with faulty side air bags will not affect models sold in Hong Kong, according to the local distributor. Crown Motors said the recall affected only Camry models made in the US, while locally sold models were made in Japan. mark six There were no first-prize winners, so $11,203,137 will be added to tomorrow's jackpot. The numbers were 1, 2, 20, 34, 35 and 43. The extra number was 37. Two tickets each won the second prize of $1,033,855. Third prize paid $56,840.