Man accused of wounding Lung Mun Cafe staffer denied bailLocal | 9 Jul 2020 1:35 pm
A jobless man, 27, accused of wounding a staffer of the popular pro-democracy eatery Lung Mun Cafe branch in Tsim Sha Tsui with intent with others on Monday appeared at the Kowloon City Magistrates' Courts today.
No plea was entered today and the case was adjourned until September 3. The defendant was remanded in custody after his bail application was rejected.
Known for openly supporting pro-democracy protesters with discounted meals and donations to protest funds, Lung Mun Cafe's owner, Cheung Chun-kit, announced on June 30, before the national security law for Hong Kong was enacted, that the eatery will "quit the yellow economic circle."