suicides claim three lives Three people killed themselves and two others were rescued in five separate suicide incidents. Police said a South African man, 21, swallowed up to 40 tablets in Chungking Mansions. They found him at 12.30pm and he was certified dead at the scene. A woman, 41, and her pet dog were found dead at 2am at her Lok Shan Road unit in Hunghom after burning charcoal in the flat. A 52-year-old man was found dead in a public toilet in Ting Lai Road, Tai Po, at 7am after he swallowed sleeping pills and lubricating oil. A note said he killed himself because of a love affair. An officer talked down a man, 31, from a flyover in Fat Kwong Street in Ho Man Tin at 3am. A resident of a guesthouse in Shamshuipo was found unconscious in his bathroom beside burned charcoal. He was taken to hospital for treatment. tycoon appeals over shareholding fine Electronics tycoon William Mong Man-wai lodged an appeal in the Court of First Instance against two convictions for failing to disclose his shareholding in the Bank of East Asia. The billionaire, 78, was fined $5,000 last August for not notifying the Hong Kong exchange about his acquisition of 2 million bank shares in 1995 after he became its non-executive director. bomb discovered at work site An unexploded 68kg second world war-era bomb was found at a construction site in Shum Wan Road, Aberdeen. Workers discovered the 60cm-long bomb at 3.30am and bomb disposal experts removed it soon after.