Charges against student hacker questioned A university student who was motivated by revenge to hack into a campus computer system to alter records of two fellow students might have pleaded guilty to the wrong charges, a magistrate said yesterday. Yung Man-hang, 21, earlier admitted six counts of obtaining access to a computer with dishonest intent to gain for himself or another, between February and September last year. Tuen Mun Magistrate Winston Leung Wing-chung said Yung did not obtain financial gain or cause losses to others. The case was adjourned to October 20. Stolen minibus crashes into mong kok pet shops A stolen minibus smashed into two pet shops owned by the same man in Victory Avenue, Mongkok, before dawn. It was seen speeding away after a guard heard a loud bang at about 5.15am. Police said the vehicle was stolen in the same street and was found abandoned at about 9.50am in Lion Rock Tunnel Road, Sha Tin. 38 suspected sex workers netted in crackdown Police and immigration officers rounded up 38 suspected mainland prostitutes in Mong Kok in a seven-hour vice crackdown that ended at 1am. Officers raided 42 premises, including brothels and love hotels. Some of the women were caught soliciting on the streets, police said. All were being held for questioning. body found in reservoir The body of Tong Chung, 65, a cancer patient reported missing by his family in Mong Kok last week, was found floating in Kowloon Reservoir, near Cheung Sha Wan at about 9am. Police are investigating. gripes against police rise The Complaints Against Police Office received 260 complaints last month, an increase of 35 cases on the previous month. Of those allegations, 108 involved neglect of duty and 78 were for misconduct or offensive language. mark six One ticket won the first prize of HK$15,340,350 in last night's draw. The winning numbers were 12, 26, 27, 28, 32 and 46. The extra number was 47. Four tickets each won the second prize of HK$451,780. Third prize paid HK$35,430.