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Man believed to be influencer ‘Carriage Lau’ appears in court over sexual assaults

Man believed to be influencer ‘Carriage Lau’ appears in court over sexual assaults

A man who shares the same name with influencer Lau Chun-hin, commonly known by his nickname “Carriage Lau,” appeared in the Tuen Mun Magistrates’ Courts on Thursday, raising suspicions that the YouTuber got himself into trouble again after he was released from mainland prison just this January.
According to the court’s daily cause list, a 27-year-old defendant named Lau Chun-hin appeared before Principal Magistrate Don So Man-lung this morning as he was charged with three counts of indecent assault.

The charges alleged Lau of sexually assaulting a woman “X” at the escalator in Tin Shui Wai MTR station and a woman “Y” at the train platform on April 26.

Two days later, he was alleged to have sexually assaulted a third woman “Z” in the Starbucks at Harbour Plaza Resort City Tower 1 in Tin Shui Wai.

The case was adjourned to July 13 and Lau will be remanded in custody until then.

According to records, Lau is no stranger when it comes to sex crimes. In 2016, Lau was jailed for two-and-a-half years by Shenzhen Futian People’s Court for obscene acts against children.

In March 2019, Lau was arrested for sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl at the badminton court in Tin Yan Estate.

In July 2019, Lau was again arrested for obscene acts on the mainland and was later jailed for three years and six months. As he was released this January, he created a new YouTube channel and hoped the public would give him a second chance.

The latest controversy saw Lau jumped into the Hong Kong Marathon halfway in February, finished the race and collected a medal without registering for the event.
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