Sunday, December 05, 2010
(Animation of the incident)
(Left: The broken glass window) (Right: Broken glass window with cloth covered)
(Left: The harden toilet paper) (Right: Window covered with board)
Yesterday at close to noon, Theresa Fu exposed on Weibo that she suspects vandalism at her residence in Siu San Wan, where she has been living for a little more than a year. She said: "Today when I woke up, I discovered that there was a large pile of broken glass, some even fell on my floor and bed!" She uploaded a photo of what she saw to accompany her tweet.
Theresa's bedroom window was said to be as big as a Mahjong table, and to smash the spider-web like window, an estimated amount of strong force is needed. Fortunately Theresa was not near the window when it happened, otherwise she could have been injured by the broken glass.
Startled by weird harden toilet paper
On Weibo, Theresa reveals "UFO" similar incident did not happen once, she wrote: "Earlier, I discovered that someone was throwing stones in and another time someone hanged a game system from up above to hit it on my window! Am I suppose to call the police?" It was understood that Theresa was air raid by a game system several months ago. Months later, she gets stones thrown in and now after this incident, she feels that her life is threatened. After 2 hours of consideration, she decided to call the police. She wrote again: "The police officer already came, waiting for the CID to investigate." Then she uploaded another photo of her broken window covered with a cloth.
Regarding the incident, Theresa vented on Weibo: "Police discovered outside my bedroom, near that position, there are many harden toilet paper....suspect there is some psycho that did it! This is too over, and not an accident. It is hoax. Fortunately no one was hurt, but it's broken window this time, next time I don't know what there will be." Not long after, Theresa deleted the part where she wrote about discovering the toilet paper, and already attracted 3 papers (1,500) of comforting messages on Weibo. She also claims that the person creating the hoax is a 'psycho' and hopes police can arrest him as soon as possible.
More of a Peeping Tom than a Vandalizer
At 7 o'clock, Theresa leaves a message on Weibo for the 4th time about the incident: "My window is gone. Police suspects that the thing hanged from above to create the hoax was not a game system, but a video camera." Based on this, Theresa has encountered a possible "peeping tom"! No wonder Theresa is so frightened, she used wooden boards to cover her windows for protection.
Yesterday, the police PR branch expressed that at 12:57pm, a report was received near 28th of Siu Sai Wan of a "suspect of broken by someone" case. Theresa expressed through her management that because she has already called the police, she cannot comment. Also, Theresa's work schedule goes as normal, today she will attend a Christmas event in Tseung Kwan O.
Source: Oriental Daily
Translated by: aZnangel @ AsianEU
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