Hong Kong singer Edmond Leung Hon-man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol after he crashed his Mercedes-Benz into a roadside railing in Hong Kong in the early hours of Tuesday. The Post understands that Leung, 46, failed a breathalyser test after the crash, with a breath-alcohol reading of nearly five times the legal limit. The Canto-pop star was driving uphill along Garden Road in Mid-Levels near Garden Terrace soon before 2am. Without revealing the name of the driver, a police spokesman said: “It is alleged that the driver lost control of his vehicle and crashed into the railing while making a right turn into Robinson Road.” Leung escaped injury in the incident, but the front left of his black Benz was damaged. Police said a section of the railing was also damaged. The singer was arrested after a breathalyser test at the scene showed his breath-alcohol level was more than 100mcg/100ml, well above the legal limit of 22mcg/100ml. The singer was then taken to Central police station. After questioning, he was released on bail and must report to police next month. Hong Kong man, 21, arrested for drink-driving after car crashes into four road workers Leung, wearing sunglasses and a hat, was seen speaking on his mobile phone as he left the station in a taxi before daybreak. Officers from the Hong Kong Island traffic unit were handling the case. Separately, a truck driver was arrested for drink driving after his vehicle slammed into a lamp post and toppled on its side on Ping Yee Road, Yuen Long at about 1.30am on Tuesday. Florida woman arrested for drink-driving on a horse The man, 44, had hand and waist injuries and was taken to Pok Oi Hospital for treatment. Police said the driver was arrested after he failed a breathalyser test. Officers from the New Territories North traffic unit were investigating.