London Chinatown restaurant owner Richard (Richard Ng Yiu-hon) is such a cheap, unethical proprietor, he traps pigeons in the park during the day and serves them as "chicken" to his gweilo customers at night. He also mistreats his cousin, illegal immigrant cook Mako (Wu Ma, who also directed), even getting the man deported back to Hong Kong. Mako's troubles are not over yet, however, as he soon loses both his new job and his girlfriend. In light of all this misfortune, Mako is especially nonplussed to learn that Richard has sold his business and is coming back home...to live with him! Mako's equally unemployed cousins/housemates are actually pleased by this news, as they hope that Richard will be able to help them out with his healthy supply of British pounds. However, a phone call from England reveals a rather startling fact about Richard: he's dead. It seems that he fells in The Thames and drowned and his body is now missing from the morgue. Richard is unaware of his condition but Yung (Kenny Bee) discovers it when he sees him get hit in the back of the head with a dart and display no reaction whatsoever.