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Friday, 10 February 2017

A construction worker accused of committing buggery with a female mongrel last week was banned from having contact with dogs and released on bail only to be arrested again



Friday, 10 February 2017 | MYT 6:06 PM
Construction worker in bestiality case banned from further contact with dogs





Construction worker Chung Lin-fai was released on HK$2,500 bail. Photo: Edward Wong.






HONG KONG: A construction worker accused of committing buggery with a female mongrel last week was banned from having contact with dogs and released on bail, only to be apprehended again after punching a photographer.




During the Friday hearing, Chung Lin-fai, 58, was also prohibited from coming within 1km of Wong Lung Ravine at Wong Lung Hang Road in Tung Chung, where the offence allegedly took place, as part of his bail conditions.


Wearing a green parka and camouflage trousers, with his greying hair cut short, Chung looked around the courtroom as the charge of one count of bestiality was read out to him at West Kowloon Court.








The accused left the court building with his parka draped over his head. Photo: Jasmine Siu.





The prosecution alleged that he committed buggery with a female cream-coloured mongrel in Tung Chung on February 1.




“[I] understand,” the tanned man replied, his expression blank.


The court did not take a plea.


Acting principal magistrate Cheang Kei-hong adjourned the case for eight weeks to April 7 at the prosecution’s request for DNA test results.


Chung was released on HK$2,500 bail, on condition that he stay in Hong Kong, surrender his travel documents, refrain contact with dogs and not re-enter the area near the ravine.


Prosecutors did not object to bail.


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Chung Lin-fai occasionally slumped to the ground while outside court. Photo: Jasmine Siu





After the hearing, Chung ran out of the court building with his parka draped over his head, followed by a dozen reporters and photographers.


At one point, he suddenly turned and punched an Apple Daily photographer who, bleeding from his nose, fell towards a roadside planter. The photographer was later sent to Caritas Medical Centre.


Chung was also seen picking up a large rock the size of his head as well as sticks from nearby planters.


He walked on, occasionally slumping to the ground, and was later apprehended after reporters called police.


Under the Crime Ordinance, a person who commits buggery with an animal is guilty of bestiality, which is punishable by 10 years’ imprisonment and a HK$50,000 fine. - South China Morning Post


Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/regional/2017/02/10/construction-worker-in-bestiality-case-banned-from-further-contact-with-dogs/#EQ4RhpIrFs65lhZG.99

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