Patient found carrying superbug A neurosurgical patient at Queen Mary Hospital has been found to be carrying the superbug Vancomycin-resistant enterococci, the hospital said yesterday. The man, 89, was stable. He was transferred from the hospital to Tung Wah Hospital on March 16. The case was found during screenings of discharged patients who had had contact with three neurosurgical patients found to be carriers late last month and earlier this month. Warning on cosmetic products Customs said it would take action if it found certain cosmetics from South Korean firm L'Ocean were on sale in the city after they were banned by Seoul's safety watchdog because of an asbestos-contamination scare. Arson attack on building Police are looking for a man over an arson attack in which items were set alight in a public corridor in a residential block in North Point. Oriental Press sued over article A member of a support group for the mentally ill has demanded Oriental Press admit it was at fault for an article he alleges was discriminatory and redress the damage caused by it. The Equal Opportunities Commission filed a writ on behalf of Tung Lai-lam, a committee member of the Amity Mutual Support Society, against Oriental Press Group yesterday over an article published in Sun Daily on September 9, 2006. Man critical after being hit by taxi A 52-year-old man was in critical condition in Prince of Wales Hospital last night after being hit by a taxi in San Wan Road, Sheung Shui, at 11.40pm on Monday. Mark Six One ticket won the HK$31,041,760 first prize last night. The numbers were 4, 21, 22, 29, 41, 45. The extra number was 14. Seven tickets each won second prize of HK$525,795. Third prize paid HK$48,830.