Wong Ka Keung slams vandalism on brother's grave

21 May - Beyond's bassist Wong Ka Keung recently lashed out in anger over the vandalism that was committed against his brother and the late frontman Wong Ka Kui's grave.

Expressing his feelings on social media regarding the incident, the musician stated that morality seemed to be in decline when one would travel thousands of miles just to destroy a dead man's resting place.

"What does this benefit you? You are only hurting others. I don't know how to condemn you but I feel sad that your living environment has created a pathetic, shameful and hateful person like you," he posted.

The grave was vandalised by two people
The grave was vandalised by two people

It is noted that the police have already arrested two men believed to have vandalised Wong's grave at the Tseung Kwan O Chinese Permanent Cemetery.

The two people, aged 15 and 23, were recording themselves pouring drinks on Wong's grave and licking it off, and then use foul language to insult the late Beyond lead vocalist. One of the two men also stepped on the flowers offering and vandalised the grave with a marker pen and kicking at Wong's image.

Reportedly, one of the two people is a YouTuber who gets attention by doing outrageous pranks.

Wong Ka Kui passed away in 1993 after falling off a platform during a Fuji TV game show. He was 31.

(Photo Source: Wong Ka Keung IG, China Press)