Mainlander found guilty of throwing faeces from window A man suspected to be mentally unstable admitted yesterday to throwing faeces out the window of his 32nd-floor flat in December, saying he believed the building's management was filming him and giving the footage to television stations. Mainlander Tse Chung, 50, who lives at City One's Block 41 at Sha Tin, was convicted of two counts of throwing an object from a height. Sha Tin Court Principal Magistrate Timothy Jenkins expressed concern about Tse's mental state and adjourned the case to March 17 pending two psychological reports. Fake invoices used A court found a sales assistant at Midland Realty guilty of using fake invoices to claim HK$44,000 from the company. Wong Po-tin, 42, used false invoices, drawn up for photocopying services, to claim the money from March to October 2005. She earlier pleaded not guilty to two counts of an agent using a document to deceive a principal. Magistrate Rickie Chan Kam-cheong at Eastern Court adjourned the sentencing to March 19 pending a community service report. Construction worker falls A worker was fighting for his life in hospital after he fell from a construction platform outside the third floor of a school under construction in Cheung Sha Wan. Elderly man punches schoolboy Police were hunting for an elderly man after a schoolboy was beaten in Tai Po. The boy, 14, was cycling to school at about 8am when his bike struck the man's leg outside the Tai Po Public Swimming Pool on Ting Tai Road. Police said the man, believed to be about 70, punched the boy and ran away. Tip-off yields drug arrest Police acting on a tip-off have arrested a suspected drug trafficker and seized HK$30,000 worth of suspected ketamine in Yau Ma Tei. Melamine help to end Free health screening for children who consumed melamine-tainted milk products will end on March 31, the Hospital Authority said. Boy collapses during game A 15-year-old boy is in intensive care at Princess Margaret Hospital after collapsing while playing basketball at a school in Mei Foo Sun Chuen. He had a history of passing out while exercising. Urbtix now up and running Urbtix internet ticketing services resumed yesterday after a breakdown on Monday morning, which also crippled Urbtix's 36 outlets and its telephone bookings. Drink suspected in MTR tumble A man, 58, believed to have been intoxicated, lost his balance and fell onto the tracks at the Tai Wai MTR station in Sha Tin at midnight. He was treated for minor leg injuries at Prince of Wales Hospital. Mark Six No one won the first prize in last night's draw. The winning numbers were 22, 25, 30, 37, 38 and 49. The extra number was 15. Four tickets each won the second prize of HK$707,050. A total of 134 tickets each won the third prize of HK$56,280.