Three men assault deaf-mute tourist A deaf and mute tourist from Indonesia was assaulted by three robbers in Mirador Mansion, Tsim Sha Tsui, yesterday. The man, 37, was approached by the three who demanded cigarettes in Carnarvon Road at 6am. He entered Mirador Mansion in Nathan Road but the three men followed him. They then attacked the man and snatched his bag, although they dumped it when they realised there was no cash inside. The victim was treated for face injuries at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. No one has been arrested. Lost hiker spends night on Lantau A 28-year-old hiker was rescued after being stranded overnight in North Lantau Country Park. The man started his hike from Tung Chung to Mui Wo about 11.30am on Sunday. He called police on his mobile phone at 5.30pm and an air and land search was launched. Firemen spotted him at 11am. Ex-inspector admits to taking $220,000 in bribes A former cleaning inspector of Citybus admitted taking more than $220,000 in bribes in the District Court. Wong Chi-kwong, 46, and co-defendant Lok How-chuen, 47, a former cleaning subcontractor of Citybus, would remain in Correctional Services Department custody after Deputy Judge Henry Mierczak adjourned the case until July 5 for sentencing. The court heard that the bribes were intended for lax supervision of the subcontractor's work. The money was paid to the former cleaning inspector between October 2001 and August last year.