Source: The Standard
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Police have arrested a man who allegedly went on a bashing spree in a Sham Shui Po love hotel while high on drugs. The man and a couple allegedly held a drug session in one of the rented rooms on the first floor of 66 Un Chau Street. The woman named Cheung, 38, and her companion named Chow, 44, rented the room around 10.30am yesterday. At about 12.30pm, they were joined by a man named Kwan and decided to delay their check-out time by an hour.
Sham Shui Po assistant crime district commander Lau Tat-keung said Kwan, 41, apparently became high on drugs and got into an argument with one of the hotel staff who came to remind them that they should check out at 1.30pm. Kwan became furious and started to thrash about the hotel, pushing over an altar. He then turned to the couple, who were still inside the room, and bashed them with a chair before allegedly pushing them out of the first-floor window. Chow injured his leg after grabbing a window curtain to break his fall. Cheung suffered head injuries and fractured her right hand and pelvis.
A passerby said Cheung was arguing with Kwan before she fell. She was found unconscious on the ground but a doctor, who was passing by and serves at the Precious Blood Hospital, administered first aid before medics arrived and took her to the Princess Margaret Hospital in Kwai Chung. Kwan attempted to escape when police arrived, smashing a glass door with his bare hands and rushing to the roof. He then made his way to a nearby building through the scaffolding but was arrested when he entered the first-floor bathroom.
He was found washing his bloodied hands and clothes. Kwan and Chow, who were transferred to the Caritas Medical Centre in Cheung Sha Wan, were reported to be in a stable condition last night. Police said they found four syringes and traces of heroin and dormicum inside the rented room. The police suspect that they had jointly rented the room for a drug session but Kwan apparently went overboard.
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