Suspended Hong Kong Police Officer ‘Haba Sir’ Charged with Defrauding Banks for US$3.4 Million

Chan Hoi-gong, better known on social media as “Haba Sir,” was charged with fraud and recently said he was seeking alternative proceedings off the judicial trial mechanism. Before approval of this request, he is required to appear in court again on September 20.
Chan Hoi-gong, the now-suspended assistant district commander of Shatin district police, who is active on mainland social network platforms and often refers to himself by the nickname “Haba Sir,” was charged with two counts of fraud along with businessman Wang Ho-ngai. The case went to trial in the District Court on July 19.
Chan’s lawyer pointed out that because Wang needed documents from the prosecution and the defense was also seeking an alternative, off judicial trial mechanism to settle the charges, he applied to the court to adjourn the case. At the end of the hearing, Judge Justin Ko King-sau decided to adjourn the case to September 20. Both defendants are now on bail of HK$10,000 (US$1,270) and $5,000 (about US$640), respectively…. Source

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