II in two-hour standoff with 100 police An illegal mainland immigrant threatened a constable with what appeared to be a gun, leading to a two-hour standoff with more than 100 heavily armed police yesterday. Officers were called about suspicious noises coming from an empty container in Wing Ning Tsuen, Yuen Long. A youth, 17, pointed a pistol-like object at the head of a constable who approached the container. Police blocked its doors and cordoned off the area. The man surrendered after two hours. A broken toy gun, a fruit knife, some clothing and a few daily necessities were seized. Police said he crossed the border on Saturday by hiding in a truck. Guangdong, HK to discuss pregnant mainlanders Guangdong and Hong Kong will hold talks on the problem of mainland women giving birth in the city, the province's deputy police chief, Zhu Suisheng , said. 'If it is very obvious that they are going there to deliver their babies, it's possible not to issue them visas,' he said, but police were not allowed to impose compulsory tests on them. 'We have to follow orders.' Man strips at bus stop A man aged in his 20s stripped naked while waiting for a bus near the Polytechnic University at Hung Hom at about 5pm. Police and ambulance officers were called and took the man to hospital. Worker falls to death A 51-year-old worker fell to his death from the 20th floor of a building site in Westlands Road, Quarry Bay, when his feet became tangled in a rope.