The cabbie who didn’t sustain any injury later drove to Edinburgh Place and pulled over to report to police. Officers then arrived and patrolled in the area to search for the man but in vein. The case has been listed a criminal damage and is now handled by Central district crime investigation team. It is understood that the iPhone dies and officers are still checking who is the owner. Other Local breaking newsMore Local news. Third jab rate reaches 60pc as vaccine pass requirement tightens(57 mins ago). China, Hong Kong scrub Tiananmen memories on anniversary(1 hr 45 mins ago).
Police are looking for a guy who damaged a cab glass on Friday by hurling his iPhone 12 at it after becoming enraged when the driver failed to stop for him. Around 2.30 a.m. on Friday, the cab was heading down Connaught Road Central near Hong Kong City Hall when the event occurred. The man was said to have gone out onto the road and flagged down a taxi, but the driver failed to notice him and drove away. The man who had gone insane then flung his iPhone 12 at the window and broke it, landing it perfectly on the front seat.
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