Four teens in court over alleged rape of girl, 14 Four teenagers appeared in Tsuen Wan Court yesterday accused of raping and abetting the rape of a 14-year-old girl. The four - three Form Four students, aged 14, and a 19-year-old delivery worker - entered no pleas and were remanded in custody. The court heard the alleged rape occurred during a classmates' get-together at the home of one of the accused in Tsing Yi two weeks ago. To protect the identity of the victim, none of the accused can be named. Former police inspector jailed for bank fraud A former police inspector was jailed for 21 months for stealing HK$140,000 from her friend's bank account after pretending to teach her friend how to guard against ATM-related crime. Magistrate John Glass told Tsuen Wan Court that Chloe Chan Kit-ying's crimes were premeditated and she had used her profession to gain the trust of victim Lee Sze-man. Chan, 29, had earlier been found guilty of seven counts of stealing through ATMs, two counts of attempting to do the same and one of stealing a pair of pearl earrings. Chan was already serving a prison term for stealing HK$3,000 in bail money. Man admits sex with under-age girls A 26-year-old man admitted having sex with two girls, aged 12 and 13. Both victims had run away from home and were staying with Chan Wing-jim at the time of the offences, prosecutor Kathie Cheung Kit-yee told the District Court. Chan pleaded guilty to seven charges of having unlawful sexual intercourse with girls under 16. Deputy Judge Amanda Woodcock adjourned sentencing to October 16. The court heard Chan had been convicted four years ago of the same offence involving three under-age girls. Two held for drunken rampage on flight Airport police arrested two Russians over an alleged drunken rampage on a flight from Moscow. The men, aged 27 and 34, had been drinking on board the Aeroflot flight and refused to keep quiet, and caused a nuisance to others, police said. Passengers helped flight attendants subdue them. The men were freed on police bail. 10 suffer suspected food poisoning after buffet Ten people came down with suspected food poisoning after a dinner buffet at the Miramar Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui last Friday. Three were admitted to hospital and were in stable condition. They suffered abdominal pain, diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting after the meal. Prison betting racket Prison officers seized 76 betting slips involving wagers totalling HK$600,000 from a shoe-making workshop in Stanley Prison.