Friday, November 28, 2014   

Teenager sent to detention for lying
(07-10 13:31)

A teenager has been sent to a detention center for claiming that he had been kidnapped.
Yam Chun-wai, who is 19, earlier pleaded guilty to attempting to mislead police officers.
Kwun Tong Court heard that Yam lied to his father that he had been kidnapped because he wanted HK$100,000 to pay a gambling debt.
His father reported the matter to the police. --RTHK   
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