Disgraced district councillor Alex Ho Wai-to yesterday declined to meet a group of uninvited visitors in hospital, who wanted to demand he give an early explanation of the scandal surrounding his arrest. About 10 people, who were bearing flowers and said they belonged to the Concern Group on Alex Ho's Prostitution Incident, were turned away by security guards when they tried to visit Mr Ho at the hospital in Wong Tai Sin. Mr Ho, a member of the Democratic Party, has reportedly declined to meet uninvited visitors. He was released last week after six months in custody, imposed by mainland authorities for patronising a prostitute. The group expressed concerns yesterday, after Democratic Party vice-chairman Chan King-ming told the media at the weekend that Mr Ho had been wrongly judged by the mainland authorities. Party chairman Lee Wing-tat has said the comment represented Mr Chan's initial judgment, not the party's position. Concern group spokesman Kwok Wan-sang was adamant that Mr Ho was guilty, and should resign from the district council. 'The mainland authorities have already provided evidence on his offence. If he now denies he was guilty, it would have an adverse impact on morality and give a very bad impression to our next generation,' he said.