【明報專訊】In 1988, I was divisional commander Tsim Sha Tsui when Michael Jackson, at the height of his fame, visited Hong Kong. His team of minders had negotiated for him to film with an anti-riot Police Tactical Unit (PTU) platoon within the confines of the station compound. My regional commander (RC) had stipulated that we were not to allow our families to the station to meet the global superstar and also made it clear that he was no fan himself. Michael and his manager hid in my office between shoots. He was polite and inquisitive about police work and admired our uniforms. A knock at the door and who should appear but aforementioned RC beaming ''Michael, still here, could I have your autograph and perhaps a photo together?''