Disqualified localist lawmaker Sixtus Baggio Leung Chung-hang said on Thursday that he received a blade and a threatening note in the mail from a “Red Army Fighter” on the previous day. The note, which he uploaded to his Facebook page, addressed him as an “anti-Communist member”. “Ask your dad to cook you a good meal. Your days are numbered,” it read. “Anyone anti-Communist must be killed. Must die.” The note, which was written in Chinese on a piece of music paper, asked Leung to notify police before it was signed off by “Underground Party, Red Army Fighter”. Leung, one of two Youngspiration lawmakers-elect who were disqualified , expressed shock at the note. “I’ve seen this many times on TV, but never expected it to happen to me one day,” he wrote on Facebook. But he added: “I can tell you with all certainty that I’m afraid, of course.” He said there was nuisance not only to himself but to his family members as well. Leung however, said he would not report the case to police. “There is no reason for me to add to their workload,” he said. Leung and fellow Youngspiration lawmaker Yau Wai-ching were disqualified from the Legislative Council last month over their problematic oath-taking. In their oaths, they pledged allegiance to the “Hong Kong nation” and used an insulting term for China. This is not the first time that Leung has faced intimidation from opponents. Two weeks ago, Leung was surrounded by protesters in a park, who yelled: “Running dog, you think you’re cool?” Another protester teased him: “You’re not a lawmaker anymore.” People around him then applauded. The video was uploaded to a pro-Beijing social media site. Such nuisance, though, is far from the only headache facing Leung. Legislative Council president Andrew Leung Kwan-yuen hasdemanded the disqualified pair repay the salaries and costs they claimed in advance, totalling HK$930,000 each, by December 19. The government’s legal battle against pan-democratic lawmakers is continuing. Last week, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying moved to have four more lawmakers disqualified over improper oath-taking. They are veteran activist “Long Hair” Leung Kwok-hung, former Occupy student leader Nathan Law Kwun-chung, academic Edward Yiu Chung-yim and lecturer Lau Siu-lai.