Building supplies executives jailed for five years for bribery Two building supplies executives were jailed yesterday for five years for bribing former senior housing officials, including Chan Kau-tai, father of Canto-pop star Eason Chan Yik-shun. Wong Hung-ki, 58, and Lawrence Yu Chi-wai, 49, had offered HK$1.9 million in bribes to Housing Department officials to win favour in coming building projects in 1999, and used false purchase orders to hide the crime. They were convicted after a trial on two charges of conspiracy to offer an advantage to public servants and two charges of conspiracy to falsify accounts. The financial controller of Yu's company, Ann Wong Tin-sum, 41, was jailed for 21 months for conspiring to falsify accounts. District councillor not guilty of corrupt conduct Wan Chai district councillor Kennedy Lee Kai-hong was found not guilty in Eastern Court yesterday of one charge of corrupt conduct and two of fraud. The Independent Commission Against Corruption had claimed Mr Lee understated his election expenses by not correctly disclosing the salaries he paid two assistants for their work on his election campaign last year. Magistrate Rickie Chan Kam-cheong told Mr Lee he had to keep better records of services rendered by his staff to prevent doubt arising about his accounting. Appeal for accident information Police appealed for information about a traffic accident in which a 71-year-old cyclist was hit by a truck at the junction of Jockey Club Road and Sha Tau Kok Road, Sheung Shui, at 6.47am on December 10. The victim died later that day. Anyone with information can call 2455 4221 or 2677 6299. Suspected prostitutes rounded up Police and immigration officers arrested 26 suspected mainland prostitutes in an anti-vice operation in Mong Kok between 2am and 6am yesterday. Mark Six One ticket won the HK$16,252,200 first prize last night. The numbers were 2, 22, 27, 31, 40 and 46. The extra number was 13. Three tickets each won second prize of HK$654,880. Third paid HK$54,570.