A Hong Kong pro-democracy activist appeared in court on Monday and could face jail after he allegedly threw a t-shirt at Chinese President Hu Jintao's motorcade earlier this year.
Vice chairman of pro-democracy party, League of Social Democrats, Avery Ng speaks to the media as a supporter displays a t-shirt showing Chinese dissident Li Wangyang before his court appearance in Hong Kong on December 24, 2012. A Hong Kong pro-democracy activist was charged with "nuisance" in court on December 24 after he allegedly threw a t-shirt at Chinese President Hu Jintao's motorcade.
Avery Ng from the radical League of Social Democrats party was charged with causing public nuisance and was bailed pending a hearing in February next year after pleading not guilty.
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