Suspended barrister Roderick Murray yesterday pleaded guilty to three charges relating to an incident outside a McDonald's restaurant in Mui Wo, Lantau Island, earlier this year. Murray, 46, pleaded guilty to two counts of assaulting a police officer and one count of criminal damage stemming from a July 6 incident in which three aluminium chairs belonging to the restaurant were damaged. A fourth charge, of overstaying his visa, was withdrawn at a hearing earlier this month. Murray - who said he could not remember much about the incident - had attempted to plead guilty to the first three counts at that hearing, but the court refused to hear him on the grounds that he might be able to mount a defence. Principal magistrate Lambert Lee Ka-chai instead ordered two psychiatric reports on his fitness to plead to be prepared. Murray made headlines in August last year for his bizarre behaviour during a sentencing hearing for a case he had been prosecuting. He was released on $200 bail and ordered to appear for sentencing on October 31.