Three suspected triad members in Hong Kong arrested over bungled abduction of man

Three suspected triad members have been arrested for allegedly abducting a Hong Kong resident who was bundled into a car which was later abandoned with the victim on board after it was caught in traffic near a police station over the weekend.

According to a source familiar with the case, the three men, believed to be members of the Wo Shing Wo triad, were still being held for questioning as of Wednesday morning after being picked up in two locations in Yau Ma Tei the night before.

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