HK disarray after protesters' violent acts | Updated: 2019-09-16 14:57
Street sweepers clear up a chaotic scene in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on Monday morning as glass walls of a public elevator were severely damaged by riotous protesters on Sunday. [Photo/]

Unlike the usual tidiness and orderliness, Hong Kong's Admiralty and Wan Chai are in a state of chaos and disarray on Monday morning after mobsters went on a rampage for hours on Sunday.

Glass facades of an elevator were shattered. Water barricades were burned. Signs for a bus stop were tossed randomly, with pits and holes dotting the pavement after bricks were pried up and scattered at the sidewalk. Rubbish bins were displaced with waste lying in a mess.

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