Anti-terror police officer arrested for allegedly assaulting man in Hong Kong bar

Hong Kong police have arrested an officer in the force’s anti-terror unit for allegedly assaulting a bar-goer in the early hours of Saturday.The 32-year-old constable, surnamed Keung, was off-duty when the incident took place in a Tsim Sha Tsui bar. He is attached to the Counter Terrorism Response Unit.A police insider said Keung was accused of hurting a 23-year-old man, surnamed Wong, leaving a 10cm mark on his neck.The source said Wong visited a bar on Knutsford Terrace – a street popular for…

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