An anti-war protester has tried to make a citizen's arrest on former British prime minister Tony Blair - just weeks after another man stormed the country's media ethics inquiry to harangue him.
Blair was about to make a speech at the University of Hong Kong when Briton Tom Grundy shouted about breaches of the Geneva convention and accused the ex-PM of misleading the British public.
The 29-year-old was stopped by security before being able to make the arrest. Mr Blair told the audience: "Actually, I am used to it."
Mr Grundy told the Guardian: "I waited till he'd been speaking a minute or so before I stood up and went towards him and said, 'Mr Blair, under Hong Kong's Power 101 law - the law which allows for citizen's arrest here - I'll be arresting you for crimes against peace'."