China Resources in court bid to curb protesters' remarks China Resources (Holdings) has applied to the High Court for an injunction to prevent some 22 dismissed mainland workers from publishing or uttering remarks, made in a protest on Tuesday, that the company considers defamatory. The company also sought damages for the remarks that were made, or printed on vests, during a protest in Wan Chai on Tuesday. Domestic worker charged after fetus found in toilet A domestic helper who allegedly initiated her abortion and flushed the fetus down a toilet appeared in court yesterday. Filipino Bella Carpo Anin, 39, faced a count of attempting to administer a drug or use an instrument to procure an abortion or unlawfully cause a miscarriage on April 26 in a Tseung Kwan O flat. The case came to light after Anin's employee found human remains blocking the toilet. Anin was remanded in custody and the case adjourned to May 20. Man jumps to death off flyover A man, 28, jumped out of a running truck and leaped 40 metres to his death from a flyover in Tai Po. The man, who had a habit of taking ketamine and had problems with his girlfriend, jumped out of the vehicle on Fanling Highway near Hok Lok Yuen at about 8.50pm. He was rescued from a river bed and taken to a hospital where he was declared dead. Man faces abduction charges A man, 60, arrested on Tuesday for allegedly abducting a two-year-old girl in Sham Shui Po will appear in Kowloon City court today. The girl was found with the man in a McDonald's restaurant in the district 10 hours after she was reported missing in Tung Chau Street Park. She was apparently unhurt. Her disappearance sparked a major police search.