District Court Judge Stanley Chan sentenced Yeung Ying-hei to 31 months in jail to deter copycat behaviour. Photo: Warton Li
District Court Judge Stanley Chan sentenced Yeung Ying-hei to 31 months in jail to deter copycat behaviour. Photo: Warton Li

Hong Kong protests: copywriter jailed for 31 months, fined HK$1,000 after throwing metal post at police from third floor of shopping centre

  • Advertising copywriter Yeung Ying-hei is jailed for 31 months, fined HK$1,000 after hurling a 6.8kg stanchion at police from the third floor of the Times Square shopping centre
  • A 26-year-old bank clerk was jailed for 3½ years in a separate incident for helping to vandalise stores in Hung Hom, including two eateries operated by Maxim’s Group

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
District Court Judge Stanley Chan sentenced Yeung Ying-hei to 31 months in jail to deter copycat behaviour. Photo: Warton Li
District Court Judge Stanley Chan sentenced Yeung Ying-hei to 31 months in jail to deter copycat behaviour. Photo: Warton Li
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