Defendant Ng Ting-kai (in dark shoes under black umbrella) was escorted by an unidentified man in a mask as they left the West Kowloon Court. Photo: Edward WongDefendant Ng Ting-kai (in dark shoes under black umbrella) was escorted by an unidentified man in a mask as they left the West Kowloon Court. Photo: Edward Wong
Defendant Ng Ting-kai (in dark shoes under black umbrella) was escorted by an unidentified man in a mask as they left the West Kowloon Court. Photo: Edward Wong

Jobless Hong Kong man first to plead guilty over rioting in Mong Kok clash

Ng Ting-kai was granted bail as he needed more time to treat his autism before facing punishment, according to his lawyer

Topic |   Mong Kok riot
Defendant Ng Ting-kai (in dark shoes under black umbrella) was escorted by an unidentified man in a mask as they left the West Kowloon Court. Photo: Edward WongDefendant Ng Ting-kai (in dark shoes under black umbrella) was escorted by an unidentified man in a mask as they left the West Kowloon Court. Photo: Edward Wong
Defendant Ng Ting-kai (in dark shoes under black umbrella) was escorted by an unidentified man in a mask as they left the West Kowloon Court. Photo: Edward Wong
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