1,000 one-woman brothels 'not breaking any law' About 1,000 one-woman brothels are operating, Secretary for Security Ambrose Lee Siu-kwong said yesterday. In response to questions from legislators over the nuisance they cause, Mr Lee said prostitution was not a crime and they could only target prostitutes controlled by crime syndicates. Mr Lee said suggestions such as setting up red-light districts had to be handled from wider perspectives other than law and order and enforcement. Three hurt in crash A delivery van caught fire after crashing head-on with a car in Lion Rock Tunnel. The van driver, 34, and his passenger, 29, escaped with minor injuries but the car driver, 29, is in a serious condition in hospital. $35M prize up for grabs A first-prize winner of the Mark Six today could take home $35 million after four draws have failed to produce a winner. The draw will broadcast live on ATV's Home Channel tonight at 8.30pm. sauna robbed of $20,000 Three men in balaclavas stole $20,000 from a sauna in Nathan Road, Mongkok, after threatening two female staff with knives. drunk assaults police A drunk was arrested after he assaulted two policemen in Shung Yan Street, Kwun Tong. The officers suffered minor injuries after approaching the suspect, 25, who was lying on the pavement. tuen mun burglars strike Antiques, rare bottles of wine and quilts valued at $500,000 were stolen from a house in Tuen Mun. The burglary was discovered when a gardener arrived for work at the house in Mun Fat Lane. marine life project A three-year public education programme called Ocean's 10, has been launched to educate students and the public about marine life.