A magistrate reduced a 17-year-old to tears yesterday when the girl, charged with providing sexual services, turned up in court late wearing skimpy clothes. Fung Nga-shan arrived 12 minutes late at Kowloon City Court in a white top with a deep V-cut. Deputy Magistrate Chan Ka-sing snapped at her: 'You are late. What do you want, dressed liked this? What do you think the court is?' He continued: 'Little girl, you have to respect the court when you come here. Do you think this is a Mong Kok karaoke parlour? Would you wear a bikini at school?' Fung answered loudly: 'Magistrate, I didn't think there was anything wrong with my clothing.' Mr Chan then continued his reprimand, telling her: 'You didn't even apologise for being late ... When you sat down, your breasts could be explicitly seen.' Fung wept when she was asked to stand in the dock during the 25-minute lecture. She was then told to put on a long-sleeved jacket borrowed from one of Mr Chan's members of staff before the hearing started. Undercover police constable Cheung Tat-yiu testified that on September 16 he was asked to browse a website, Leedeelive.com, to investigate compensated dating, the practice in which older men pay women for their companionship and possibly sexual favours. Constable Cheung said that a week later he contacted Fung via an online messaging service and they agreed to meet on September 25 in Jordan for the alleged sexual services. The court has heard that an online ad listed Fung's height, weight and what sexual services she provided. The price for sex with Fung was HK$1,300. She was immediately arrested when the pair arrived at the hotel. Fung has pleaded not guilty to one count of soliciting for an immoral purpose. She was among six teenagers and young women arrested in the undercover operation. After completion of the prosecution's case, Fung's barrister, Kenneth Wong, argued that his client should not be prosecuted on this charge because she did not solicit business on the street; Constable Cheung arranged to meet her after viewing the terms and cost of the online ad, which was different. The court also heard that Fung was under a child protection order, but she breached the order and was kicked out of her hostel after breaking the rules. She will appear in Tuen Mun Juvenile Court today in relation to the breach of the order. The hearing continues on July 2.