The boarding account of Liang Chuanxin, the vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and the son of former Chief Executive Liang Zhenying, was stolen by two men in 2019 to purchase 24 aircraft meals and checked luggage services for Liang Chuanxin.
The case was sentenced this morning (10th) in the Eastern District Court. One of the defendants, Li Shaohong (24 years old, part-time employee of a convenience store) pleaded guilty and was sentenced to an 80-hour social service order.
Leung Chun-ying responded to the ruling in a Facebook post, asking where Li Shaohong is currently working, "restaurant? Taxi? I want to avoid him." He tagged "Sentence is too light" in his post.
When the defendant pleaded for mercy this morning, he said that he committed the crime because he thought it was "funny". However, Magistrate Wang Zhengyu pointed out that the nature of the case was serious enough to be sentenced to prison. To reflect the seriousness of the case, he was sentenced to an 80-hour social service order.
Leung Chun-ying also posted on Facebook yesterday, referring to Lai Shao-hong and Guo Shangwen, an outsourced ground staff member of Hong Kong Express, for embezzling his son's account. So far, the two have not apologized to him or his family. The photos of covering the face with a mask or hands. In the future, where will I meet these two people again, I will continue to expose them to the dark, and they can continue to "trick" me and my family."
In response to the ruling today, he said, asking where Li Shaohong is working now, "Pull off the mask and let me see how are you? I am in the light, and I am in the dark."
The former ground crew called it a prank. Logged in to Leung Chun-ying's son's account and ordered 24 airplane meals. Sentenced to social services. Leung Chun-ying visited Japan and South Korea and told the story of the country and Hong Kong. A tool: not serving democracy