Hong Kong police say man set on fire after arguing with democracy protesters

HONG KONG (AFP): Hong Kong police on Monday (Nov 11) said a man was set alight following a heated argument with pro-democracy protesters during a day of widespread clashes across the city, as videos of the brutal attack went viral online.

Three videos were posted on messaging channels used by protesters showing a man in a green T-shirt arguing with people on a footbridge.

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