Citizen's arrest after cabbie loses HK$80 in violent robbery Three male passers-by aged 31, 33 and 41 subdued a man after a taxi driver was throttled, threatened with a knife and then robbed of HK$80 in Chak On Road South, Cheung Sha Wan, at about 3.30pm yesterday. The 34-year-old man was being held for questioning last night and no charges had been laid. Officers were still looking for his partner, who escaped with the money. The 61-year-old taxi driver was treated for minor neck injuries at Caritas Medical Centre. Alleged knife attacker surrenders A 59-year-old man surrendered to police after allegedly injuring a 43-year-old man with a knife in Tuen Mun. The victim was injured in the neck while sitting on a bench outside Oi Tai House, Fu Tai Estate, at about 9.15am. He was in stable condition in Tuen Mun Hospital. The alleged attacker surrendered at Tuen Mun police station. He was being detained last night and no charges had been laid. Couple held as row turns ugly Police arrested a couple after a domestic dispute at a Grant Waterfront flat in To Kwa Wan Road, Kowloon City, at 10.15am. The woman, 26, was treated for minor injuries to her left arm and back. The man, 45, was treated at the scene for minor facial injuries. Taxi driver cut free after crash A taxi driver had to be freed by firemen after a collision between his cab and a truck on the Lung Cheung Road flyover outside Ping Shek Estate, Choi Hung, at about 6am. The man, 53, was treated for minor injuries to his face and hand at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. The truck driver, 28, was unhurt. Dispute over money sparks fight Police arrested a 44-year-old man for assaulting a 24-year-old man at Sin Tat Plaza in Argyle Street, Mong Kok, at about 1am. Police said the assault happened when the two men argued over money. The victim was treated for minor facial injuries at Kwong Wah Hospital.