Bus driver jailed for sex assault A bus driver was jailed in the District Court for three years and nine months yesterday after being convicted of molesting a 10-year-old girl in 1998. So Wah, 44, denied assaulting the girl when her mother, with whom he was having an affair, left her and her sister at his home in Ma On Shan to go shopping. The case came to light when the younger sister broke her silence shortly before she died from leukaemia. Chicken-cage cleaners seek cash About a dozen former chicken-cage cleaners from the Cheung Sha Wan wholesale market met Agriculture Department officials over the loss of their jobs due to poultry import cuts. They demanded to be allowed to apply for a HK$35,000 allowance for workers affected by the buyout of chicken-stall licences, for which only stall operators and their staff are eligible. Cyclist dies after being hit by taxi Police appealed for information on an accident in Tong Ming Street, Tseung Kwan O, at 4.53am on Saturday, when a taxi hit a bicycle. The cyclist died on Sunday. Witnesses can call 2305 7500. HK$30,000 of cannabis seized Six men were arrested and HK$30,000 worth of cannabis resin was seized in a raid by police and immigration officers on Chungking Mansions and Mirador Mansion in Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. Wild pig caught in railings Railings in Po Shek Wu Road, Sheung Shui, in which an 80kg wild pig had become caught were cut to free the animal. But it was seriously injured and had to be put down. Halloween trio rob store Three men wearing Halloween masks escaped with HK$1,500 from a 7-Eleven on Ting On Street, Ngau Tau Kok, at about 2.15am after assaulting a female employee. Man held over chopper attack Police arrested a man, 27, for attacking his 24-year-old brother with a chopper in a flat in Tsing Yi in a dispute over what to watch on TV.