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Punches fly over loud phone call

Punches fly over loud phone call

Two men were filmed fighting inside a bus on Tuesday after one of them reportedly spoke too loud on his phone.
The half-minute video that went viral online is understood to be taken this morning at around 10am on a route 69M KMB bus. The beginning of the video showed a young fella pinning down a middle age man on the seat on the lower deck.

The two were said to have gotten into an argument after the younger man accused the other of speaking too loudly on his phone.

The fight began after the middle age man suspectedly kicked the young fella pinning him down on the seat, triggering him to start throwing punches.

The middle age man was heard telling the young fella to “punch him to death”, while the young fella was heard cursing while throwing the punches.

None of the passengers stepped in to separate the two.

The young fella tried to leave the bus compartment after throwing the punches while the middle age man hold onto him, they eventually stumbled off the bus and fell to the floor.

Towards the end of the video, the young fella can be seen leaving the scene, with the middle age man lying flat on the floor.

Netizens commenting on the video remarked that “this is what you get for speaking too loud on the phone, disregarding other passengers’ feelings”. Some, however, said it is wrong to hit someone.

Responding to inquiries, a police spokesman said they have received two calls regarding the incident at 10.08am this morning at a Tsuen Wan bus stop, with a 57-year-old man Lau filing a report claiming to have gotten into an argument with a female passenger on a route 69M bus.

The man later filed a second report saying he had been beaten up by a male passenger on the same bus, suffering injuries to his face, head, and arms.

Officers responded to the scene and no arrests were made so far. Lau was brought to the hospital conscious.
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