breath tests nab two but one gets off with warning Two drivers were arrested for drink-driving but one was later released with a verbal warning after a retest showed his blood-alcohol content was below the legal limit. The warned driver caused a three-vehicle collision when he lost control of his car near Kowloon Hospital at 2am and collided with a minibus and taxi. The other man was arrested in Tin Shui Wai after he hit a concrete block while entering a car park at 1.45am. He was released on $5,000 bail. His female passenger received hospital treatment for whiplash injuries. police investigate two unidentified bodies Police are investigating the discovery of two bodies in the New Territories. They were alerted to the first shortly before 11am when hikers in Tuen Mun spotted what looked like a person lying on a slope near Leung King Estate. It turned out to be the decomposed body of a man not carrying identifying documents. The second body, found at 2.15pm near the sea in Nim Wan Road in the Sheung Pak Nai area of Tin Shui Wai, was also a man without identifying documents. charged with murder A 33-year-old man was charged yesterday with murder over the death of his girlfriend at a hotel in North Point on Saturday. Eastern District Crime Squad officers arrested the man after the 22-year-old woman was found dead on a bed with marks on her neck and with an apparent stab wound to the stomach. The man will appear in Eastern court today. man dies in restaurant A 73-year-old man collapsed and died at a Sha Tin restaurant. Staff alerted police at 7.15am when diners told them the man had not returned from the toilet. He was found in one of the cubicles. Leap from 34th floor A Tin Shui Wai man, whose wife said he was unhappy at work, leapt to his death from the 34th floor of a building at 2.30am.