Pedestrian treated after being hit by a Porsche A man was treated for leg and hand injuries in hospital after being hit by a Porsche in Central yesterday. The man, 50, was crossing Garden Road outside the Cheung Kong Center when the accident happened at about 7am. He was taken to Queen Mary Hospital. Police said the driver, 57, passed a breathalyser test. Taxi-fare dispute ends in scuffles and arrests Police arrested a taxi driver and her male passenger after they scuffled in a dispute over fares in Kowloon Tong. The dispute erupted when the taxi arrived in Kent Road outside a short-stay hotel in Kowloon Tong and the woman driver, 55, demanded to be paid. The fee was about $60. The cab was flagged down by the man and his woman friend, 24, in Wai Ching Street in Yau Ma Tei earlier. As the woman passenger argued with the driver, the man allegedly slapped the driver. The driver then got out and scuffled with him before policemen arrived and arrested them. Illegal workers targeted in Shamshuipo crackdown Police have rounded up 86 people - mostly mainland visitors - and six local employers in a crackdown against illegal workers in Shamshuipo. Officers raided a number of addresses including a fish market, restaurants and residential units in the district on Tuesday night. The seven-hour operation ended at midnight. Hygiene stepped up at public swimming pools Tougher hygiene measures will be implemented at the 36 public pools from tomorrow, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department said. Water samples will be tested every hour to ensure they meet international hygiene standards. Six to eight pools will be closed alternately each weekday for special cleaning, checks of play equipment will be stepped up, and improvements have been made to shower baths and footbaths.