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A group of Chinese tourists were arrested Sunday at an upscale resort in Hong Kong after they allegedly threatened a policeman over a missing cellphone.
One of the tourists, who did not want to be identified, said he and a group of friends were on a flight from Hong Kong to Macau when they were stopped by an officer for a missing cellphone at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) on Sunday, the Wall Street Journal reports.
A police helicopter spotted the group, according to the newspaper, and the officers used binoculars to search for the gadget before they decided to detain all but one person.
When one of their passengers refused to hand over the phone, a police officer threatened to beat him to death for disturbing the police.
The other customers on the flight and their friends then tried to calm the officer down and ordered the passenger to hand over the phone.
The suspect then reportedly tried to kick and beat the police officer, the newspaper reports.
When asked why they were threatening the police officer, the suspect said, “He’s a police officer. I was born a police officer. We’re in a hurry. He has to detain us.”
The officer said, “So be it.”
Police later released the suspect and he was allowed to continue his flight. He could be seen on video handing over another member of the group’s luggage, the newspaper reports.
The police chief said that such tactics are common at airports as they try to identify people “who may be involved in illegal acts.”
“Sometimes they use excessive force in trying to detain the passenger and sometimes they don’t,” he said, according to WSJ. “But it happens all the time.”
The mainland government recently announced new anti-terrorism measures that include more security screening of