Updated on Thursday, Nov. 27 with new information about the court hearing, interview, and photos.
Prominent student leader Joshua Wong has been banned from Mong Kok after a court hearing on Thursday, Hong Kong time.
In a 9:30 a.m. court session at Kowloon City Magistrates' Court, principal magistrate Mr Justice Peter Law barred all protesters arrested in the clearing from the area enclosed by Fa Yuen Street, Dundas Street, Shanghai Street and Mong Kok Road, RTHK reports.
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Although Joshua Wong and other defendants like legislator "Long Hair" Leung Kwok-hung cannot enter the area, which is larger than that outlined in the high court injunctions, they are allowed to travel through them.
The lawyer for the defendants argued that the bail condition breaches their constitutional rights, and is unnecessary and unlawful since the protesters cannot commit the offense again now that the areas have been cleared, but was over-ruled.
The cases have been adjourned to January 14.
Joshua Wong has been released on HK$500 (about $65) bail, according to Hong Kong publication Ming Pao.
Two men pelted Wong with eggs after he left the courtroom. They were arrested on the spot.
Speaking to reporters outside the courthouse, Wong said: "We didn't have any physical conflict with bailiffs and workers, we just asked questions."
"I was hurt during my arrest on my face and neck, also repeatedly, six or seven times, they hit my groin."
"Why do police even want to hurt my private parts?"