The coroner had to repeat a warning to the media yesterday not to take photos of the jury after photographs were taken through the window of a bus taking him, lawyers, police and the five-person jury to the scene of Leung Shing-yan's death. Before leaving Eastern Court in Sai Wan Ho at 2pm, a police officer reminded the media of Coroner Michael Chan Pik-kiu's warning they could not photograph the jury or else the jurors would have to be dismissed. Reporters could face contempt of court if they breached the order. But after reporters ignored the warning and chased the coach, taking pictures and videotaping the people inside, the coroner asked to change to vehicles with curtains on the windows. The coroner and his officers took a van, while the jury took another vehicle. The coroner and the jury were visiting the fifth floor of Shek To House, Shek Wai Kok Estate, Tsuen Wan, so they could get a better picture of the case. Before they arrived, a police officer acting on the orders of the coroner again reminded the media pack of about 60 reporters and cameramen waiting outside Shek To House of the restriction on photographs. 'No picture of the jury can be taken. They have already been forced to change vehicles after some reporters took their pictures,' he said. The vehicle swap caused a delay, with the coroner and jury arriving at the scene at 3.15pm, about 45 minutes late. The visit lasted for about 20 minutes. Shek To House was cordoned off from 2pm to 3.40pm during the site visit. Police permission was needed to enter or leave the building. Residents on the fifth floor said police had asked them to stay inside their flats and to keep their doors shut during the visit.