Updated at 4.43pm: An Indonesian maid employed by a Hong Kong magazine deputy-editor was jailed on Wednesday for four weeks for secretly photographing veteran actress Lydia Shum Din-ha, who was staying in a hospital ward. Yuyun Triyuliarti, 24, pleaded guilty in the Eastern Court to taking video pictures of a patient in hospital without consent. The maid was on Wednesday sentenced to four weeks in jail and ordered to surrender the photographic equipment involved. The court heard that Yuyun, who worked for an Eastweek magazine deputy-editor, took pictures of Shum in the intensive care unit of Queen Mary Hospital on October 1. Shum, also affectionately known as Fei Fei, was in hospital for a major operation on her liver and gall bladder. Media reports said she suffered from liver cancer. In sentencing Yuyun, acting Principal Magistrate Colin Mackintosh said patients in hospital should not be disturbed. He said Yuyun's acts seriously offended Shum's privacy. Mr Mackintosh said a jail term was required because of the maid's hiding of a digital camera in a backpack - with a pin-hole lens protruding out. This showed she had planned the action. Throughout the trial, Yuyun did not reveal her motives or whether any person or company had instructed her to sneak into Shum's ward. Mr Mackintosh said he could only speculate that she took the pictures with a view to selling them to make money.