Thursday, November 26, 2015
Michael Tong revealed the reason behind the 'chase after' incident and martial arts instructor was hospitalised
Recently, actress Linda Chung (鍾嘉欣) accepted the interview during Warner Bros show (娛樂3兄弟) and exposed the details of the incident when filming TVB series, The Biter Bitten (人生馬戲團) 10 years ago. However, she had no idea about the chase-after reason.
Although another related party, Michael Tong (唐文龍) did not really want to mention the incident, but he expressed he tried to discover the reason at that time and there was rumours that the boss of the karaoke shop had feud with the customer: "It appeared the boss of the karaoke shop had argument with the customer over bill payment and that customer had resentment. Hence, they decided to teach them a lesson when the shop was closing and we ended up as the unlucky ones."
Extremely alert when returning home late at night
However, Michael remained unaware of the actual reason and mentioned it was extremely dangerous at that point, as they were carrying big knives and water barrels. Thus, everyone tried to flee upon seeing the situation and the martial arts instructor was injured and hospitalised in order to protect Shirley Yeung (楊思琦) and Linda. Fortunately, his injuries was not serious and he was a true hero. When asked if he had any phobia after that, Michael replied nope but will be extremely alert to the surroundings and look out for any suspicious characters whenever returning home late at night.
Source: ON.CC (HK)
Translated by: tvfan @ Asian E-News Portal
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