Man in court over fake Wellcome coupons A transport worker yesterday pleaded not guilty to four charges relating to the use of false instruments. Chung Chun-kit, 30, allegedly used fake Wellcome coupons to purchase goods at the supermarket chain from early January to February 16 last year. Chung told police he was hired to make the purchases by a man who identified himself only as Mr Lam, and that the coupons were given to him by another man known as Marco. Manager charged with abducting baby A clubhouse manager appeared in Kowloon City Court yesterday for snatching a 23-month-old girl at Queen Elizabeth Hospital on December 17 last year. Tse Tsz-kit, 36, who faced one count of abduction of child, entered no plea. The case has been adjourned to March 6 for mention, with Tse remanded in custody in the meantime. Man held after fung shui office arson A 41-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly setting fire to well-known fung shui master Alion Yeo Tin-ming's office on Jaffe Road in Causeway Bay. Police said the man sprayed inflammable liquid at the office and ignited it with a lighter at 4.30pm before fleeing. He was stopped near the area and arrested. No one was injured in the incident. The case is under investigation.