A woman who stalked a doctor for 10 years was yesterday given a final chance to mend her ways by a judge after she breached a restraining order placed on her for the second time. In court, she admitted having done so again since her second conviction last month. 'I have been sending him mooncakes for 10 years ... that's why I also posted him a mooncake voucher this year,' Chan Yuk-fung said. She was told any further offence would mean a jail term. Chan, who suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder, was infatuated with Queen Mary Hospital doctor Ng Yiu-ki, the District Court heard. She repeatedly telephoned him, followed him and brought him food. That led the doctor to apply in June last year for a court injunction against her on the basis of sexual harassment so as to bar Chan from contacting him or coming within 50 metres of him. A court granted the injunction. Judge Leung Chun-man found Chan guilty of contempt of court for breaching the injunction in January this year, and again on August 16 after she contacted Ng 15 times between May 25 and July 14 this year. Sentencing was adjourned to yesterday. Judge Leung sentenced Chan to three weeks' imprisonment but suspended the sentence for a year. Allen Lam, for the doctor, said the hospital received letters for Ng on September 6 believed to have been written by Chan. The letters had been stamped by the post office on September 4. 'Within two weeks of the last hearing, the defendant did it again,' Lam said. The doctor also received a letter on August 20, which had been stamped on August 9. Chan admitted sending these letters, all of them unsigned. Her family members did not accompany her to the court yesterday because they did not want to be identified by the public, she said. 'The complainant's counsel once said that this case is rare and unusual. I think the case is very difficult,' the judge said. He said that sending Chan to jail would not necessarily solve the problem because she would eventually be released. 'The court is giving the defendant a final chance reluctantly,' Leung said. 'If the defendant reoffends, it must be a jail term'. The judge accepted that Chan had not intended to harm the doctor, but said she still had a responsibility to correct her ways. The court also had a duty to safeguard the doctor's welfare, he said. Chan was ordered to pay an additional HK$99,162 in legal costs for yesterday's hearing, on top of the HK$140,000 she still owed from January's conviction. In January she was fined HK$10,000 and ordered to pay the doctor's costs of HK$145,000.