Ting Kai-tai's best friend says he believes that their friendship will not change despite the fact that he told police that Ting had dismembered a 16-year-old girl. Having testified for the prosecution at Ting's trial, Tse Yin-tak met the press outside the courtroom last week and said he would have told him to surrender to police if Ting had called him before the girl was dismembered. The murder trial heard earlier that Ting had only confided in Mr Tse after he murdered and dismembered the girl on April 27 last year. Mr Tse filed a police report on May 6 after having several talks with Ting. 'I did not know whether to believe it or not when Ting told me about how he dismembered the body of the girl,' he said. 'I had a week of sleepless nights before I decided to report to police,' he said, adding that he recalled how Ting's voice had sounded nervous on April 27. Mr Tse said he had read internet news about Kiki Wong Ka-mui going missing the previous night and he had sought advice from another friend, a policeman, before he filed a report. 'But if I had reported the matter earlier, perhaps [police] could have found the head,' he said, adding that he was sad about the event and found it very difficult to accept. He said Ting had written him three letters from jail in which he had expressed remorse for his actions, but he refused to say whether Ting blamed him for making the report. Believing that their friendship would not change, Mr Tse said he would visit his best friend in jail.