Sat 29 Mall Porn An Apple Daily reader is walking by a Fortress branch in Tsuen Wan when he notices that one of the televisions on display is showing a local adult movie. The actress begins stripping and her breasts appear on screen. Around 20 people stop to view the clip. Fortress speculates that someone made use of their smartphone to control the television screen. The case has been passed on to the police. Sun 30 Democratic Foxconn Police officers raid an illegal wooden shield factory in a Tai Kok Tsui apartment. They arrest five people, including Occupy supporter “Zhaoming Princess,” who also belongs to the Hong Kong City-State Autonomy Movement, started by scholar Chin Wan. The police find many wooden boards and tools used in shield production. ZP likened the factory to a “Democratic Foxconn,” and said that the shields would be used during clashes with police in Mong Kok. Mon 1 WhatsApp Attack Four Apple Daily journalists covering the siege of the government headquarters at Tamar receive more than 2,600 text messages in a minute. The messages are random, ranging from rental offers to people seeking tutors and adverts for genital herpes ointment. They had to turn off their phones. One journalist suspects that the attack is a deliberate attempt to obstruct the work of frontline reporters. Tue 2 Family Business A family of four is arrested for masterminding an organization that has arranged at least 80 false marriages between Hongkongers and mainlanders in order to help people immigrate to Hong Kong. The 58-year-old founder not only convinced her two children to participate in the crime, but she also divorced her husband so that they could marry their clients. The process for applying for a one-way permit takes an average of four years—all of the clients have yet to receive a permit. Wed 3 Surrender Essentials Benny Tai, founder of Occupy Central with Love and Peace, surrenders to the police, along with co-founders Chan Kin-man and Chu Yiu-ming. Tai prepares a “Backpack of Surrendering,” which contains an empty bottle so he can relieve himself, and a big towel to cover him up while he urinates. He also brings the book “The Idea of Justice” to pass the time. They are later released. Thur 4 Unlucky Scammer A would-be phone scammer accidentally reaches senior police officers at the Kwun Tong Police Station three times in a row. Chief Inspector Chung receives the first call, in which the man claims to have kidnapped his son. He asks for a $100,000 ransom, but hangs up when he’s asked too many questions. Five minutes later, the scammer calls another officer in the same office, and then makes another call 15 minutes later to Senior Inspector Lee. She pretends to agree to pay the ransom, and arrests the 23-year-old mainland man when they meet. The three officers’ phone numbers share the first seven digits. Fri 5 Man’s Best Friend The police arrest a man suspected of vandalizing Foo Lam Restaurant in Tuen Mun. On the way from his apartment to the police car, his two mongrel dogs refuse to leave his side. One of the dogs attempts to jump into the police car to keep the man company, but an officer shoos it away.