Remand prisoner found to have swallowed heroin packages A remand prisoner at Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre was found to have swallowed at least 13 tablets of suspected heroin wrapped in plastic. The 55-year-old man was admitted on Wednesday on a charge of possession of dangerous drugs. Officers suspected he had swallowed some drugs and put him in isolation and subsequently found the suspected heroin in his stool. Six hamsters abandoned Six hamsters were found abandoned in Wan Chai yesterday. They were left in four cages next to a rubbish bin on Jaffe Road. One cage had a note that read: 'Waiting for adoption, no charge is required.' Passers-by noticed the hamsters but ignored them. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals workers was called at 5pm. The SPCA would try to find homes for them. Road worker killed A road worker was killed after being thrown 10 metres when he was hit by a truck in Sheung Wan. The man was hit as he left a roadworks vehicle on Fung Mat Road at about 5pm. He had severe head injuries and died in Queen Mary Hospital. Meanwhile, one man died in hospital and another was injured after being hit by a seven-seater vehicle in Yau Tong at 9pm. They were crossing Lei Yue Mun Road. Student fined for laptop theft A University of Hong Kong student was fined HK$2,000 for stealing a HK$9,930 laptop in April from a computer room. Inglid Li Lang-yi, 22, pleaded guilty in Eastern Court. Mark Six No one won first prize last night. The numbers were 5, 8, 17, 24, 30 and 42. The extra was 34. Five tickets each won second prize of HK$382,295. Third prize paid HK$31,270.