THE media was yesterday ordered not to report evidence given in the trial of two men accused of kidnapping a Hong Kong businessman, Wang Teh-huei. The ruling, believed to be the first of its kind in the High Court, was made by Mr Justice Stuart-Moore. He said it was for legal reasons that the evidence heard by a seven-member jury could not be reported. However, the court is still open to the press and the public. Lee Wai-kit, 35, and Tsang Heung-hung, 41, have denied one count of kidnapping the former Chinachem chairman in April 1990. They are alleged to have demanded a ransom of US$60 million (HK$464 million). Wang, 57, has not been seen since.