A magistrate at Kowloon City Court on Monday sentenced a former Hong Kong auxiliary police officer to seven weeks in jail. Photo: Nora Tam A magistrate at Kowloon City Court on Monday sentenced a former Hong Kong auxiliary police officer to seven weeks in jail. Photo: Nora Tam
A magistrate at Kowloon City Court on Monday sentenced a former Hong Kong auxiliary police officer to seven weeks in jail. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong protests: ex-auxiliary police officer gets 7 weeks’ jail for throwing water bottle at crowd

  • Vincent Luk, who lost his teaching position over the incident, showed no remorse, according to Magistrate Andy Cheng
  • The 25-year-old was not at the monthly Prince Edward station protest in his capacity as an officer that night

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
A magistrate at Kowloon City Court on Monday sentenced a former Hong Kong auxiliary police officer to seven weeks in jail. Photo: Nora Tam A magistrate at Kowloon City Court on Monday sentenced a former Hong Kong auxiliary police officer to seven weeks in jail. Photo: Nora Tam
A magistrate at Kowloon City Court on Monday sentenced a former Hong Kong auxiliary police officer to seven weeks in jail. Photo: Nora Tam
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