A Bad Week for ... , May 31, 2015

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 31 May, 2015, 4:03am
UPDATED : Sunday, 31 May, 2015, 4:03am

Joshua Wong Chi-fung

The Occupy student leader was denied entry into Malaysia to speak about last year's pro-democracy movement and the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown. The teenager was turned back by government officers at Penang International Airport. On his return to Hong Kong, Wong said: "I am not there to fight for universal suffrage in Malaysia. I'm not there to plant a revolution."


Ho Chak-tung

The 43-year-old was at the wheel of a red Ferrari 599 sports car, bought for more than HK$4.5 million six years ago, when it collided with a truck outside Sha Tin racecourse. Ho escaped serious injury but the Ferrari's bonnet was crumpled, its front bumper in pieces and debris was scattered across the road.


Sepp Blatter

The 79-year-old won a fifth term as Fifa president in a dramatic end to an angry campaign dominated by a corruption storm engulfing the leadership of world football. Blatter, who had defied calls to resign, promised to be the "commander" who "guides this boat Fifa" out of its corruption turmoil.