Yeung Tsang is accused of taking pictures of a female patient’s face and body using a smartphone camera at Tuen Mun Hospital on February 8. Photo: Dickson Lee Yeung Tsang is accused of taking pictures of a female patient’s face and body using a smartphone camera at Tuen Mun Hospital on February 8. Photo: Dickson Lee
Yeung Tsang is accused of taking pictures of a female patient’s face and body using a smartphone camera at Tuen Mun Hospital on February 8. Photo: Dickson Lee
Law

Hong Kong doctor accused of taking photos of female patient without consent faces lesser charge after ‘obtaining access to computer’ rap dropped

  • Prosecutors decided to shelve the charge after the High Court earlier ruled law could not be used for crimes committed with personal devices
  • Yeung Tsang, a doctor at Tuen Mun Hospital, still faces one count of taking photos of a patient without consent

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Yeung Tsang is accused of taking pictures of a female patient’s face and body using a smartphone camera at Tuen Mun Hospital on February 8. Photo: Dickson Lee Yeung Tsang is accused of taking pictures of a female patient’s face and body using a smartphone camera at Tuen Mun Hospital on February 8. Photo: Dickson Lee
Yeung Tsang is accused of taking pictures of a female patient’s face and body using a smartphone camera at Tuen Mun Hospital on February 8. Photo: Dickson Lee
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