Dealer sued after Ferrari bursts into flames on way to repair shop A vehicle dealer sold a second-hand Ferrari that burst into flames on its way to a repair shop, according to a lawsuit filed in the High Court. Virtue Printing Company alleges Auto Italia sold it the ill-fated vehicle in April last year. The sale came after Auto Italia in Sha Tin allegedly took more than a year to repair Virtue Printing's 2004 Ferrari Challenge Stradale. When efforts to fix the vehicle failed, Auto Italia agreed to swap the car for a 2003 Ferrari Challenge Stradale, the lawsuit says. The 2003 model cost HK$2.4 million, less the HK$450,000 trade-in value of the first sports car. But the 2003 vehicle also had problems and was repeatedly taken in for servicing, the lawsuit says. As the car was being driven to the repair shop last summer, its engine 'without any prior warning ignited and burst into flames ... As a result of the fire, the vehicle was completely destroyed'. The lawsuit asks for unspecified damages and a replacement vehicle. Smugglers escape as goods seized Marine police seized HK$2.5 million worth of goods after 14 smugglers abandoned two vans on the waterfront off Sham Wan Drive, Pok Fu Lam, and escaped on eight speedboats early yesterday. The 14 men, who had been loading boxes onto the speedboats, fled on the boats when officers moved in at about 4am. The smugglers outran two police pursuit boats. Two officers assaulted at flat Two policemen were assaulted while trying to mediate a dispute at a flat in Pok Man Street, Tai Kok Tsui, at about 1am. A man, 29, and his sister, 35, were arrested for assaulting and obstructing the officers. The man's wife, who said she was slapped during the dispute, was sent to hospital for examination. Youth gang sought after attack Police are looking for nine youths after three men aged 18 and a 28-year-old woman were assaulted outside Block 50 Heng Fa Chuen, Chai Wan, at about 3.20am. Mark Six No one won the first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 4, 11, 12, 18, 21 and 40. The extra number was 44. Two tickets each won second prize of HK$588,785. Third prize paid HK$37,380.