A veteran police constable accused of molesting a mentally disabled woman at her home faces fresh charges of sexually assaulting her repeatedly inside a court building where they worked, a court heard yesterday. Li Kwok-kay, 51, a policeman for 30 years, is charged with indecently assaulting the mildly retarded woman at her home in Ho Man Tin on November 22. Li did not enter a plea. Prosecutors told Kowloon City Court that they would press four or five more charges against Li for offences that allegedly took place at the same court. The court heard that Li, who was stationed at the court, harassed the woman, who also worked there. She reported the matter to police last week. He was arrested at the court yesterday and suspended from duty. Li's lawyer said his client, who is married with two children, had a clean record. He said it was a case of the woman's word against Li's, as no witnesses were present. Acting Principal Magistrate Bina Chainrai adjourned the case to January 30 to allow the prosecution to seek legal advice and the police to investigate further. Li was released on HK$10,000 bail and a HK$10,000 surety provided by his wife. The magistrate ordered Li not to interfere with the woman or any prosecution witness, or go within 100 metres of Kowloon City Court and Oi Man Estate, Ho Man Tin. Chainrai transferred the case to Kwun Tong Court because Li knew most of the staff at Kowloon City.