Hong Kong protests: tossed water bottle lands factory worker in prison for 2½ years

A gravestone factory worker who tossed a water bottle at police during a 2019 anti-government protest in Hong Kong has been jailed for nearly 2½ years for rioting.Lai Chun-lok was found guilty at the District Court on Monday in connection with the incident at New Town Plaza in Sha Tin on July 14 two years ago, when more than a hundred protesters assembled in the shopping centre to chant slogans against the extradition bill.The 29-year-old was seen hurling a plastic bottle at a group of officers…

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