Imported pork declared safe The Centre for Food Safety yesterday declared pork imported from the mainland safe to eat. The assurance followed press reports that a mystery disease had hit pig farms near Guangdong's Yunfu city in the past two weeks, killing 80 per cent of infected stock. The centre said inquiries showed no pigs from the area had been imported. Guinness World Records attempt About 300 people made a Guinness World Records attempt by turning the atrium of Hollywood Plaza shopping mall in Diamond Hill into a giant dancefloor with their energetic Latin moves (right). Leading them were 20 members of world famous dance act Burn the Floor. Organisers said they would apply for a record under 'Most dancing couples presenting Latin dance in a mall'. Driver arrested over drugs A driver was arrested after ketamine was discovered in his car following a crash in Kwai Chung. Police said they found a 29-year-old man, surnamed Lai, in a confused state inside his car beside damaged roadside railing at the junction of Wo Tong Tsui Street and Kwai Hing Road at about 4am yesterday. Two hikers flown to hospital A man, 46, hit on the head by a falling stone while hiking in Ma On Shan was flown by helicopter to Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital. A woman, 61, who fell ill while hiking near Quarry Gap was also flown to the same hospital. Officer injured in chase Police are hunting for the driver of a car who knocked a police officer off his motorcycle in Hung Hom at about midnight, slightly injuring him. The officer had ordered the driver to stop in Gloucester Road, heading towards the Cross-Harbour Tunnel, because he was not wearing a seatbelt. But the car sped off and ran through the toll booths without paying. It made a sudden U-turn on Hong Chong Road near Princess Road, hitting the motorcycle.