A sixth person was arrested on Tuesday in connection with the attack on legislator Albert Ho Chun-yan two months ago, police said yesterday. Police said the 56-year-old man, together with a 53-year-old woman they arrested earlier, had both been released on bail pending further inquiries, while four other suspects, who appeared again in Eastern Court yesterday, were once more remanded in custody. The four defendants - Cheung Wing-ho, 29, Chan Chun-kit, 27, Leung Fu-keung, 57, and Leung Kwan-ping, 44 - were jointly charged with one count of wounding with intent. They were not required to enter a plea. Cheung and Leung Kwan-ping applied for bail yesterday, but acting principal magistrate Colin Mackintosh rejected the application. The case was adjourned to November 10 pending legal advice and further investigation. On August 20, Mr Ho, the Democratic Party's vice-chairman, was beaten by three baton-wielding men in a McDonald's restaurant in Queen's Road Central, with a fourth man acting as a lookout. Mr Ho suffered serious injuries to his face and hands.