Actor's concern at kissing

Local | Sophie Hui 18 Apr 2019

TVB actor Kenneth Ma Kwok-ming has channeled his anger into concern after his girlfriend, actress Jacqueline Wong Sum-wing, was caught kissing singer Andy Hui Chi-on in a vehicle.

After Ma learnt that his girlfriend was being unfaithful, he told everyone: "Don't worry about me."

On Tuesday, a video showing Hui, 51, and Wong, 30, kissing and cuddling inside a vehicle came to light.

Hui apologized and broke down in tears at a press conference on Tuesday evening.

Ma responded yesterday, saying: "Actually, my anger dissipated after I learned about the incident. I was calm, and my anger turned into concern."

He also defended Wong, saying she knows she made a mistake.

"She is still young, and still has a long way to go," Ma said. "Don't worry about me. I will continue to film my drama. I don't want it to be affected."

Meanwhile, Wong apologized on Instagram yesterday.

"Sorry, I have made a mistake. It was bad of me to have done something very wrong and it will be hard to be forgiven. I feel very shameful, sorry and guilty," she wrote.

"Making such a serious mistake, I cannot face myself. I also don't know how to face my family, Kenneth Ma, friends, the company and colleagues."

The actress also said she won't ask people to forgive her.

Hui's wife, pop singer Sammi Cheng Sau-man, remained silent yesterday. But she made her Facebook cover photo black on Tuesday night.

Her manager Wallace Kwok Kai-wah did the same, while her fans also told her to stay strong.

Meanwhile, the incident has sparked concern on whether passengers are secretly being filmed in taxis.

The chairman of the Hong Kong Taxi Council, Hung Wing-tat, has called for rules to punish taxi drivers who misuse cameras installed in their vehicles.

Hung could not determine whether the kissing video was filmed inside a taxi or a hired car. But should it be a taxi, it did not happen inside one that received government approval to install a camera, he said.

Several dozen taxis have installed cameras approved by the Transport Department. The cameras are installed at the rear, and can only film the back of passengers, he said.

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