Chef admits chopping customer's head during argument Chef Cheng Chi-wai, 50, admitted in the District Court yesterday to hitting a customer on the forehead with a chopper during a heated argument last year. The woman suffered a fractured skull and a 6cm-long cut that required 11 stitches. Cheng pleaded guilty to wounding with intent and will be sentenced on February 18 following background and psychiatric reports. The court heard that when a conversation with the victim on September 22 turned into a heated argument, Cheng fetched two choppers from the kitchen and attacked the woman with one. Boy sentenced for sex with girl, 12 A 16-year-old boy was sentenced in the District Court to a rehabilitation centre for having sex with his 12-year-old girlfriend. Yiu Ping-chung had earlier pleaded guilty to three counts of unlawful sex with a girl under the age of 13. The prosecutor said the offences happened in 2007. Suspected pickpocket arrested A 24-year-old suspected pickpocket was arrested in Wan Chai at 6.15am. The man had allegedly put his hand in the pocket of a 54-year-old bus passenger, who screamed for help. Police officers arrived at the scene near Elizabeth House on the Canal Road flyover and arrested the man. Cash stolen from restaurant About HK$350,000 in cash was stolen from a restaurant in Chik Fuk Street, Sha Tin, at about 5am. The burglary was discovered by a 50-year-old staff member, who called police. Officers found the restaurant had been ransacked and said they believed robbers broke in through a side door. Man held after window of luxury house found pried open A 35-year-old mainland man was arrested after a maid saw a man climbing out a two-storey house in Kau To Shan, Sha Tin, and called police on Wednesday. Officers found a window of the Windsor Park house had been pried open. They arrested the man nearby about an hour later and seized a saw, crowbar and three screwdrivers. Any losses could not be assessed because the owners of the house, believed to be the sister and brother-in-law of non-official Exco member Leung Chun-ying, were out of the city. Mark Six No one won the first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 6, 8, 9, 17, 25 and 36. The extra number was 4. Eight tickets each won second prize of HK$168,980. Third prize paid HK$14,315.