Man crashes, arrested for drink-driving A 19-year-old was arrested for alleged drink-driving yesterday after he lost control of his car and crashed into a lamp post on Prince Edward Road near the old Kai Tak airport. The man was sent to hospital with chest pains and arrested after a blood test indicated he was over the legal limit for alcohol. He was released on HK$5,000 bail. Tuen Mun building sound despite collapse of wall The Buildings Department said the collapse of a concrete wall at a Tuen Mun building on Sunday night would not affect the structure of the building. No one was injured when the six-metre-long, three-metre-high wall at Sun Tuen Mun Centre fell. Group collects mooncake boxes to reduce waste Friends of the Earth started its Moonkick Action yesterday, a mooncake box collection programme to reduce the amount of discarded packaging. Friends joined with 190 estates managed by the Housing Authority and Housing Society and 24 shopping centres managed by The Link Reit to gather the boxes. The group said the city throws away about three million mooncake boxes each year. It collected more than 150,000 boxes during two months last year. Pickpocket pair nabbed Two men, aged 51 and 47, were arrested for attempted pickpocketing in Sha Tin. Police saw the pair following a couple from the Sha Tin KCR station to the New Town Centre and arrested them when they opened the couple's backpack. Sing Pao fined in MPF case Sing Pao newspaper was fined HK$8,000 for failing to make mandatory provident fund contributions in December last year and January this year. The newspaper pleaded guilty to two summonses issued by the Labour Department at Kwun Tong Court.