Youth fined for e-cigs in first conviction since ban

Local | 7 Nov 2018 6:25 pm

In the first conviction since the ban on e-cigarettes was announced last month, a 26-year-old man was fined HK$5,000 today at the West Kowloon Magistrates' Courts for carrying nicotine-laced electronic cigarettes.

Tsu Yan-kin was found guilty of three charges, including selling an unregistered pharmaceutical product, illegal sales and possession of part 1 poisons.

The accused was detected by police in September last year in Mong Kok, when he was attempting to deliver e-cigarettes. He had pleaded guilty to the charges.

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