Discrimination case thrown out District Court Judge David Lok Kai-hong yesterday dismissed a former administrative officer's claim against the government for disability discrimination, saying much of the evidence was his own subjective perception of events. 'Mickey', who resigned from his post in 2000, claimed he was discriminated against by supervisors and Civil Service Bureau officers because of his anxiety disorder. Firemen falls in hiker search A 38-year-old acting senior fireman fell about 20 metres down a slope and injured his left hand during a night search for a hiker in Ma On Shan Country Park. The fireman slipped and fell at 1.30am at Shek Lung Tsai and the hiker was later located in the area. Both were airlifted by helicopter at about 6am. The fireman was treated at Princess Margaret Hospital and discharged. The hiker did not require treatment. Warning on meat imports The Customs and Excise Department has reminded the public not to bring fresh meat into Hong Kong following the arrest of an arriving passenger and the seizure of 1.1kg of fresh pork. Smuggling meat and poultry into Hong Kong carries a maximum penalty of HK$50,000 and six months' jail. Man tries to jump from flyover Firemen rescued a man who was attempting to jump from a flyover in Clear Water Bay Road near Shun Lee Disciplined Services Quarters in Sau Mau Ping at 3.35am. The man, 35, told police he was unhappy but refused to give reasons. Teenager hit by taxi A 16-year-old boy was taken to Eastern Hospital after being hit by a taxi in Cheung Man Road, Chai Wan, at about 9.40am.