FILM producer Wong Long-wai and his wife Wong Leung Siu-ying were confronted by up to 400 people after the producer allegedly slapped pop singer Anita Mui Yim-fong, the District Court heard yesterday. The couple and employee Wong Kam-chung went to the Houston Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui East on May 4, 1992, to seek a settlement over the incident earlier that day, defence counsel Jim Chandler suggested. Mrs Wong denied she had seen that number of people, while giving evidence at the trial of mechanic Wong Sik-ming, 26, who denies wounding Wong Long-wai and Wong Kam-chung with intent, and claiming to be a member of the Sun Yee On triad society. But she said her husband may have returned to the Take One karaoke club, Kowloon Tong - scene of the alleged slapping - later. She said she had not witnessed the alleged slapping. The court heard that in a statement to police Mrs Wong said: ''I scolded Mui Yim-fong because her attitude was very cocky'' and that the singer had been ''talking a lot of nonsense''. The alleged conversation took place at the karaoke club after someone asked Mrs Wong to try to pacify a quarrel between her husband and Mui. Mrs Wong became agitated in court during cross-examination by Mr Chandler, who at one stage asked her not to shout at him. Mrs Wong stood by her testimony that Wong Sik-ming was the person who chopped her husband. She denied Mr Chandler's suggestion that she identified the man who attacked her husband with a knife as wearing glasses only after she had discussed the case with other people, and became angry. ''Do you expect me to say he had a big nose and a small mouth? I am not a fortune-teller.'' Mrs Wong admitted no report was made to police following the attack. ''The fact is that it was settled. So why bring it up again?'' She denied her husband was a member of any triad society and said she did not know whether he had any triad followers. Wong Long-wai was attacked on May 5, 1992 and shot dead two days later. The hearing will continue on Wednesday.