Fare-dodging brothers arrested Two brothers aged 27 and 30 were arrested after they allegedly refused to pay a taxi fare and assaulted the driver and a passer-by in Tsuen Wan yesterday. The pair flagged down the taxi in Tsim Sha Tsui but got out and fled on foot when it arrived in Wing Shun Street at 6.29am. The fare was more than HK$90. The men allegedly assaulted the driver, 55, when he tried to stop them and a passer-by, 54, was beaten when he tried to stop the fight. Cameraman hurt in fall at NPC An ATV cameraman suffered a head injury when he fell while covering the National People's Congress in Beijing. Tsui Chun-ming, 22, lost his balance as he tried to videotape Guangdong provincial party secretary Wang Yang leaving the Great Hall of the People. ATV said Tsui was conscious when he was taken to hospital and was released later in the day. Election candidate fined Chan Wai-tat, 27, an unsuccessful candidate for a seat in the Yau Tong Sze Shan West constituency in the Kwun Tong district council election in 2003, was fined HK$15,000 after being convicted of using three false receipts amounting to a total of HK$10,475 to support his elections expenses claim. Man held after assault Police arrested a man for assaulting a woman outside Fu Shan Estate in Po Kong Village Road, Diamond Hill, at 4.49am. The woman was treated for head injuries. Mark Six No one won the first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 7, 12, 24, 25, 39 and 44. The extra number was 27. Two tickets each won second prize of HK$784,790. Third prize paid HK$32,955.