'Erratic' Ferrari driver held A Ferrari driver was arrested for drink-driving yesterday after he was seen driving erratically and jumping two red lights in Tsim Sha Tsui. The car was intercepted by police at the junction of Chatham Road South and Austin Road at about 1am. The 34-year-old man was released on HK$5,000 bail and must report back on August 17. Probation for leaving son alone In Kowloon City court, single mainland-born mother Wu Xiu-ying, 30, was put on probation for 18 months after admitting she left her five-year-old son at home alone overnight twice in May. She had taken her younger son across the border for medical treatment and left her older son at home because his travel permit had expired. Man hit on head during robbery A 42-year-old man was attacked from behind, hit on the head with a metal baton and robbed of his mobile phone while waiting for a bus in Long Yat Road, near Yuen Long West Rail station, at about 1.30am. He was treated for head injuries at Tuen Mun Hospital, where he was in stable condition. Anti-vice raid leads to 3 arrests Three women were arrested in an operation that involved an officer entering a massage parlour on Yuen Long On Hing Street disguised as a customer late on Wednesday night. Two of the women, aged 30 and 33, are two-way permit holders and were arrested for breaching conditions of stay. The third, 31, was arrested on suspicion of managing a vice establishment. Nine arrested for smuggling Marine police arrested nine men and seized more than HK$10 million worth of smuggled goods from a cargo vessel off Sai Kung. Another 10 smugglers escaped in five speedboats after a chase. The arrests came after goods were seen being loaded onto the speedboats from a vessel in Clear Water Bay. Doctors give petition to tycoon Four doctors delivered 2,539 signatures to tycoon Li Ka-shing in their latest attempt to regain the name of the University of Hong Kong's faculty of medicine, which was renamed in his honour after he made a HK$1 billion donation in 2005. The signatures were collected this month from passers-by at the Cheung Kong Center. Mark Six One ticket won the HK$33,919,735 first prize last night. The numbers were 1, 26, 27, 36, 42 and 45. The extra number was 12. Seven tickets each won second prize of HK$505,415. Third paid HK$51,270.