Sat 9 - Journalist Attack Four Hong Kong journalists are assaulted by a group of men in Beijing while attempting to report on activist Yang Kuang’s attempt to visit Liu Xia, the wife of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo. A TVB cameraman is attacked first. He is pushed to the ground and the mob rains punches on his head, limbs and chest. It is alleged that the assaulters were employed by mainland authorities. Sun 10 - Stink Bugging A shopkeeper is jailed for three months and fined $2,000 for attacking an unemployed man after failing to drive him out of his shop. On November 11 last year, the man, emitting a foul odor, entered a comic shop in Mong Kok and began to watch television. Offended by the smell, other customers began to leave, and so the shopkeeper asked him to go. He refused, and so eventually, the shopkeeper carried the man out of the shop with the help of a colleague. According to the victim, the pair pushed him onto the ground. Mon 11 - Dial 999 An auxiliary police officer recharges his iPhone5 in a briefing room in Tsim Sha Tsui Police Station. He later finds it missing. He tries to locate his phone using GPS and is surprised to find that the phone is still inside the station. He calls the phone repeatedly and eventually hears ringing from inside a locker on the fourth floor. The locker is opened and the iPhone is found inside. The officer who owns the locker is arrested for theft. Tue 12 - Spidergirl The mother of a 14-year-old girl locks her runaway daughter in their apartment to stop her from escaping to see her boyfriend. At 6am, she looks out of the window and sees her daughter climbing down a drain. She reaches a podium after four meters and then jumps to the ground, where she is apprehended by police officers. The teen is uninjured. Wed 13 - Greed is Good In order to boost business, a cha chaan teng in Tsuen Wan offers a buffet lunch and dinner at $30 and $60 respectively. Customers flock to the restaurant and business increases four-fold. However, the owner has to raise the price to $40 and $80 and impose a time limit after diners eat more than expected. He claims to have lost $10,000 in the first week. He says that one customer sat and ordered food for eight hours. Thu 14 - Just the Job At 9am, a 51-year-old man takes a seat in the back row after boarding a bus. He unzips his trousers and starts masturbating. No one notices until the bus reaches a housing estate in Kwun Tong. A young woman catches the man, and he becomes even more aroused by her shocked expression. She informs the driver and the man rushes to get off the bus. The woman and two passersby chase him and they apprehend the masturbator. Fri 15 - Take us Back! 92 percent of some 2,600 respondents say that, given the option, they would vote to return to Great Britain, according to an online poll run by the South China Morning Post. The poll has spurred heated debate on social media sites. The polling is not scientifically rigorous, but it may shed light on current public sentiment.