A complaint filed back in 2008 against wealthy gay businessman Lau Ding Sing has resulted in a Police investigation that unearthed 60,000 photos of emergency personnel and some prominent. Lau allegedly paid huge sums of money (6 to 7 figure sums Hong Kong Dollars) to photograph these men in various stages of undress from partial to fully nude!
Included in the photos were then unknown actors Him Law, Byron Pang, and Stanley Cheung. The male model scandal has extended from racy photos of 35 actors to include airport personnel, customs officers, and Police and Fire department personnel. Twenty-two of the models were from the Hong Kong Police department!
It was Lau’s preference to photograph muscular men.
Police initially investigated Lau back in 1995 and found 1,000′s of photos. Some of the photos featured Police officers with their uniforms on and their underwear briefs below. Some of the photos included subjects going completely nude. Lau went so far to catalog each photo with the name, age, height, police officer number, and the size of their fully erect DONG!
One of the recent male models known as Mr. B lodged a complaint of indecent assault and intimidation against the wealthy businessman and claimed that Lau had coerced his subjects to pose for him, promising fame and money for their photos.
At one point, Lau offered a subject $60,000 HKD (over $7,000 USD) in exchange for nude photos. He had promised the model that he would only use the photos for his own viewing pleasure.
Him Law, at first, denied his involvement in the male model scandal by saying that he did not know Mr. Lau but he later retracted by saying that he had assisted with Police investigators in the matter.
Lau found it amusing that most of the men he photographed have denied their involvement in the male model scandal since there is photographic evidence that could prove otherwise.
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