Benjamin Yuen lends a ‘finger’ to save Bobby Au Yeung

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Bobby Au Yeung was rushed into the intensive care unit after developing a pneumonia during a meal gathering on the second day of the lunar new year. Bobby has been transferred out of the ICU and is recovering well. It is understood that Bobby will be discharged within the next few days.

Accepting a tele-interview yesterday, Bobby first sent his blessings to the viewers. “Gong Hei Fatt Choy! I wish everyone a good health! The doctor says that if my blood test and x-ray go well, I am able to return home to recuperate”.

Asked what he recalled before he slipped into coma, Bobby said, “I only remembered that the whole group of friends took photographs together. I cannot recall what happened next. My wife told me that I had sat alone at the sofa. Michael Tao thought that I was drunk and tried to wake me up”.

“When he pushed me, he realised that I was having a seizure. It is fortunate that there were many professionals such as a gynecologist and a police officer around. A classmate who once learnt first aid was around too”.

Bobby is lucky to be saved within the first 12 hours if not there is a chance that he may be in a vegetative state. Bobby also thanked his co-star in Love Reverses Three Lifetimes of Fate <情逆三世緣> who lent a ‘finger’ to save him.

“Benjamin Yuen is kind enough to rush to the toilet and washed his hands. He then stretched his finger out for me to bite on and told me not to bite on my own tongue,” recalled Bobby.

As Bobby brushes with death this time, he specifically thanks his wife and all his friends for helping him out during the emergency.

There were rumours that Bobby’s condition was due to excessive drinking, Bobby said, “I did drink some wine that day, but it was very little. Maybe I was having a flu and took some wine, so the choking will easily cause the lung infection, resulting in a coma”.


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