New World First Bus driver Cheung Ho-yin speaks to reporters after being sentenced to community service at Kowloon City Court on Tuesday. Photo: K. Y. Cheng New World First Bus driver Cheung Ho-yin speaks to reporters after being sentenced to community service at Kowloon City Court on Tuesday. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
New World First Bus driver Cheung Ho-yin speaks to reporters after being sentenced to community service at Kowloon City Court on Tuesday. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Hong Kong protests: bus driver who swerved at police with middle finger raised gets 100 hours of community service

  • Principal Magistrate Ada Yim says order is appropriate, given the driver expressed remorse for his actions
  • Protesters took to the streets last year to voice opposition to the national security law and the postponement of Legislative Council elections

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
New World First Bus driver Cheung Ho-yin speaks to reporters after being sentenced to community service at Kowloon City Court on Tuesday. Photo: K. Y. Cheng New World First Bus driver Cheung Ho-yin speaks to reporters after being sentenced to community service at Kowloon City Court on Tuesday. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
New World First Bus driver Cheung Ho-yin speaks to reporters after being sentenced to community service at Kowloon City Court on Tuesday. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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