Mainland Follies: Dog owner caught on CCTV letting pooch pee in elevator

In a move that clearly says ‘f*** my neighbors’, a woman has been filmed in China encouraging her dog to pee in a communal elevator. And, as the dog happy...

HK man claims bag containing over THB1 million in valuables stolen during brawl with 4 transwomen in Pattaya

In a story that was reported on by local media over the weekend, a Hong Kong man said that his bag containing cash and...

HK man claims bag containing over THB1 million in valuables stolen during brawl with 4 transwomen in Pattaya

Nepali man charged in connection with Hung Hom jewelry robbery

A 24-year-old Nepali man appeared in court this morning for his alleged involvement in a US$792,000 robbery last week....

Nepali man charged in connection with Hung Hom jewelry robbery

Gov’t officially bans pro-independence party

In an unprecedented move, authorities today banned the pro-independence Hong Kong National Party (HKNP) on grounds of...

Gov’t officially bans pro-independence party

Woman steals iPhone and tries to escape by stripping in the street

In a rare and revealing robbery tactic, a woman accused of pocketing someone else’s iPhone tried to shake...

Woman steals iPhone and tries to escape by stripping in the street
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