Mobile phones could be banned from next February's Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon after runners were accused of causing pandemonium at this year's event by stopping to take pictures of themselves. Photo: David Wong Mobile phones could be banned from next February's Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon after runners were accused of causing pandemonium at this year's event by stopping to take pictures of themselves. Photo: David Wong
Mobile phones could be banned from next February's Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon after runners were accused of causing pandemonium at this year's event by stopping to take pictures of themselves. Photo: David Wong

Hong Kong Marathon may ban mobile phones after 'selfies' caused accidents

Mobile phones could be banned from next February's Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon after runners were accused of causing pandemonium at this year's event by stopping to take pictures of themselves. Photo: David Wong Mobile phones could be banned from next February's Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon after runners were accused of causing pandemonium at this year's event by stopping to take pictures of themselves. Photo: David Wong
Mobile phones could be banned from next February's Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon after runners were accused of causing pandemonium at this year's event by stopping to take pictures of themselves. Photo: David Wong
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