Updated at 6.39pm: The consistency of a nightclub worker?s testimony regarding an alleged rape was challenged in the Court of First Instance on Friday. The court heard that an unemployed man, Tse Hoi-pan, 21, had allegedly raped a restaurant waitress, surnamed Wong. The rape was alleged to have been committed in a room of Virginia Hotel in Mongkok on October 7 last year. Tse has pleaded not guilty. The night club worker, identified as B Nui, on Friday denied allegations she had received $5,000 for covering up Tse?s plan to rape Ms Wong. During earlier hearings, B Nui said she saw Tse spike Ms Wong?s drinks with a liquid when they were singing at a karaoke bar the night before the alleged rape. However, she later told the court she did not actually see the accused doing this. She also accepted there was no evidence she had received money from him. Delivering the final address on Friday, the prosecution urged the five men and two women on the jury to reach a verdict unaffected by B Nui?s testimony. ?The third witness?s [B Nui] evidence should not be of your consideration in deciding on the case because she contradicted what she had said before,? the lawyer told the jury. Ms Wong left the karaoke bar with Tse after she complained of feeling dizzy. A few hours later, she awoke to find herself lying in a bed. She was being sexually assaulted by Tse, the prosecution argued. She also alleged Tse had put a pillow and a quilt on her face, pushing it down so hard she could not breathe. B Nui, who first met Tse in 2003, had asked Tse to introduce male friends to Ms Wong, who had quarrelled with her boyfriend, the court heard. B Nui had been granted immunity from prosecution throughout the hearings. Government forensic tests found no traces of drugs in Ms Wong?s urine and blood samples. No traces of semen were found, tests showed. But the prosecution argues rape occurred because, ?mere penetration already constituted sexual intercourse in the legal sense?. ?Our evidence clearly supports that it was not Ms Wong?s intention to go to the hotel room, and sexual intercourse did take place against her will,? the prosecution added.