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A 35-year-old man from the same village was arrested for spraying water on a unit in Kwai Chung Village.

2022-01-24T14:04:24.862Z

A video circulated on the Internet. A man in black is suspected of spraying water on the doorbell and door handle of his unit in a building in Kwai Chung Village. The incident caused panic among residents in the village. The police also received help and launched an investigation to track down the man man



A video circulated on the Internet. A man in black is suspected of spraying water on the doorbell and door handle of his unit in a building in Kwai Chung Village. The incident caused panic among residents in the village. The police also received help and launched an investigation to track down the man man's identity.

According to the source, a 35-year-old man surnamed Wu, who lives in Luk Kwai House, Kwai Chung Village, surrendered himself to the police station today (24th), claiming that he was a person in the film, and sprayed water on the unit in the village two days ago (22nd). Will be taken to hospital for testing.

It is alleged that the arrested man reported that he was a site worker, claimed that he went to the address to find a friend to no avail, and later sneezed into the wall.


According to the video about 5 seconds long, the man in black pulled down his black mask, held a plastic bottle, and sprayed water at the door bells and gates of the two units.

The recorded shooting time of the video was 6:00 p.m. the day before yesterday (22nd), but the source could not be confirmed. The Facebook page "Kwai Tsing Lecture Room" that posted the video quoted netizen Ho Chan, saying that the video was shot in Chunkui Building, Xia Kwai House and Okra House.

The police received a report yesterday (23rd), and the case was listed as a police investigation.

After further investigation, officers from the Sixth Team of the Criminal Investigation Team of Kwai Tsing Police District arrested a 35-year-old man surnamed Wu local in Kwai Chung District at about 6:40 pm today on suspicion of loitering and violating the "Prevention and Control of Disease (Wearing of Masks) Regulations" Act Cap. 599I, and the nuisance offence under Section 4 of the Summary Offences Ordinance, he suspected of spitting water at the gates and doorbells of a number of residential units in the corridors of buildings in Kwai Chung District.

The arrested man is being detained for investigation.

Police reiterated that loitering is a criminal offence and carries a maximum sentence of two years in prison if convicted.

The Police appeal to members of the public to strictly abide by the Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance during the severe epidemic period to help control the epidemic and reduce the risk of the virus spreading in the community.

Source: hk1

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