Sunday, November 23, 2014   

Wong Yuk-man freed over glass throwing
(08-12 10:27)

Independent legislator Wong Yuk-man said he was released unconditionally, after reporting to the police on Monday over an incident in the Legislative Council last month where a glass was thrown towards the Chief Executive, C.Y. Leung.
But Mr Wong said the police had warned him that he might be arrested again in future, if they uncover further evidence. The defiant lawmaker said he felt he was innocent as he did nothing wrong.

The incident happened before Mr Leung's latest question-and-answer session in the council. The glass shattered, but did not hit anyone. --RTHK   
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