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Two taxis violently shake the front and rear doors of the Yau Ma Tei Sparrow House

2022-09-26T04:52:28.792Z

A taxi crashed into a shop in Yau Ma Tei. At about 4 am today (26th), two taxis rammed into the front door of a mahjong pavilion on the ground floor of No. 42-44 Temple Street and the back door of Nada Street at the same time. When the police arrive



A taxi crashed into a shop in Yau Ma Tei. At about 4 am today (26th), two taxis rammed into the front door of a mahjong pavilion on the ground floor of No. 42-44 Temple Street and the back door of Nada Street at the same time.

When the police arrived after receiving the report, the taxis involved were all empty, the two car keys were not picked up, and the initial report was not reported as missing.


The sparrow house involved in the case was renamed and operated earlier. It is reported that the gang "14 K" has always been the "view field" of the original sparrow house, but after the change of hands, other gangsters wanted to get involved, causing disputes in the rivers and lakes, and the police classified the case as "criminal damage" The handling was originally followed up by the Yau Tsim Police District Criminal Investigation Team. Later, it was believed that it was related to the gangs competing for interests, and it was transferred to the Yau Tsim Police District Anti-Tribune Team to take over the investigation.


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One of the taxis crashed into the front door of the Majong House on Temple Street.

(Photo by Chen Yongwu)

One of the taxis crashed into the back door of the Sparrow House on Adder Street.

(Photo by Chen Yongwu)

Source: hk1

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