Sat 26 Finger Bite At 9am, a cook boards a bus to Mei Foo from Hang Hau. At Sau Mau Ping, a man in his 40s takes the seat next to him. He stretches his legs and arms, as if he is sitting on a sofa at home. The cook asks the man to give him some space, but the request falls on deaf ears. The two bicker and elbow each other. Suddenly, the man grabs the cook’s right hand, biting into his middle finger. He tears off his nail with his teeth and spits it onto the ground. The man flees and boards another bus. He is now wanted by the police. Sun 27 Dream Bear Drama Beijing loyalist Lew Mon-hung challenges Chief Executive CY Leung to take a lie detector test over his illegal structures. In three statements—all issued within a day—Lew says he will jump off Two IFC if he passes the test. Lew rejects media interviews, citing health problems. Mon 28 Stiffed At 3am, an Australian man enters a convenience store in North Point. While the staff attends to other business, he grabs two packs of condoms and runs away. A shopkeeper witnesses the theft and turns to three teenagers for help. The trio discovers the thief, who is waving giddily to a female friend, and escorts him back to the convenience store. The Australian offers to buy the condoms, but he is rejected because the staff has already informed the police. Wed 29 Instructor Crash Kevin Ma, one of the driving instructors who was sacked by the Hong Kong School of Motoring in January after trying to set up a union, is hit by a car while jogging in Sham Tseng. He is severely injured, and his foot is amputated. Police are investigating whether the accident was deliberate. Wed 30 Rescue Attempt A 15-year-old girl, madly in love with a man twice her age, ran away from home and lived in Cheung Chau with her lover for 11 months. She was eventually tracked down and sent to live in a girls’ home while awaiting a court sentence. The boyfriend dons a purple wig and a surgical mask and attempts to break her out. The plan goes awry, and everyone is charged. Thu 31 The Fugitive A construction worker gave a saliva sample after being sent to a drug addiction treatment center in 2011. Police match the sample with evidence from a bank robbery twelve years ago. He is given eight years behind bars. Fri 1 Donald Ducks Former Chief Executive Donald Tsang claims that he declined the invitation from the Central Government to join the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC). In a public statement issued by the Information Services Department, he cites as his reason that he is currently under investigation by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC).