A veteran police sergeant has admitted assaulting a junior officer in a drunken row over alcohol when he and nine colleagues broke the law on gathering in public, after they met for dinner in Hong Kong.David Leung Kwok-wing was among 10 officers fined for meeting at a restaurant in Yuen Long in the early hours of April 19, three weeks after the government banned more than four people meeting in public as part of the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, Tuen Mun Court heard on Tuesday…



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