Hong Kong Subway Attack Victim Shows Bruises
Calvin So was beaten and bruised by masked assailants, suspected to be gang members, at Yuen Long metro station on his usual commute home from work, Sunday, July 21.
READ MORE: Hong Kong police say they’ve arrested six men, some with links to triad gangs, following a violent attack on pro-democracy protesters at a subway station over the weekend that saw dozens injured.
Senior police official Chan Tin-chu said the men, aged 24-54, were held for “unlawful assembly” and are being investigated for taking part in the attack late Sunday night. Some of them are villagers, and their occupations range from drivers and hawkers to renovation workers, he said.