A Hong Kong police sergeant who was suspended for assaulting a junior officer during an illegal public gathering has been sentenced to 160 hours of community service.David Leung Kwok-wing was spared jail at Tuen Mun Court on Tuesday, after he pleaded guilty to common assault during a drunken brawl on April 19.The 40-year-old sergeant and his nine colleagues flouted the government’s ban on public gathering of more than four people, enforced to fight against the coronavirus pandemic, when they…


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