Child-porn offender gets suspended sentence A dim sum worker convicted of possessing child pornography was yesterday given a two-month suspended sentence and fined $15,000 in Kwun Tong Court. Ho Man-kit, 34, who became a father two months ago, was the third person sentenced under the Prevention of Child Pornography Ordinance, which came into force last year. Principal Magistrate Kwok Wai-kin said although most of the images were categorised as Class One - images depicting erotic poses with no sexual activity - the images were 'disgusting and uncomfortable' to him. District councillor denies falsifying claims A Tai Po district councillor yesterday denied falsifying expense claims totalling $30,000. Kwan Wing-yip, 28, was charged in Fanling Court with 19 counts of furnishing false information. Principal Magistrate Andrew Ma Hon-cheung adjourned the case to September 5 for a pre-trial review and Kwan was granted $2,000 bail. The ICAC alleges that Kwan submitted claims showing that his assistant was not a relative, when in fact she was his cousin. Two in hospital after vans collide in Tai Po Three people were injured when a van veered onto the wrong side of a road in Tai Po and collided with another van. The three hurt, all men, suffered leg injuries. One was trapped in the wreckage and had to be freed by firefighters. He was taken to Prince of Wales hospital for surgery. Two men remained in hospital last night. parking scheme extended The Housing Authority has extended the free parking scheme for shoppers visiting its malls to at least the end of the year. Shoppers can park free for two hours when they spend $200 or more at the centres. The authority said the scheme had increased the number of visitors to the malls. mark six Three tickets each won first prize of $5,703,260 in last night's draw. The winning numbers were 1, 16, 26, 31, 35 and 36. The extra was 38. Two tickets each won second prize of $984,440. Third prize paid $30,275.