Hong Kong prosecutors yesterday were accused of stalling the case of two Australian teenagers accused of trying to swallow condoms containing $6 million of heroin and smuggle them into Sydney. Kowloon City Court was told difficulties in translating interviews given to police had contributed to a delay in defence lawyers receiving details of the case. Hairstylist Rachel Ann Diaz, 17, and a 15-year-old McDonald's worker are charged with drug trafficking and have been in custody since their arrest on April 12. They appeared in court with co-accused Hutchison Tran, 21, also from Sydney, who allegedly arranged with a Sydney-based syndicate for the teenagers to act as drug mules. Diaz and the juvenile were arrested in a room at the Imperial Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, allegedly about to swallow condoms and glove fingers containing the heroin before boarding a flight to Sydney. Lawyer Michael Vidler, representing Tran, complained he was unable to apply for bail because the prosecution had still not given details of its case to the defence. 'They have had 10 weeks to prepare their case and, with respect, I think that is enough time,' he said. Prosecutor Catherine Yeoh Ka-bo said the papers were not ready, partly because of translation difficulties. Magistrate Sham Siu-man adjourned the case for committal to Eastern Court on July 29.