Hong Kong protesters smash police station windows with bricks

Protesters in Hong Kong were filmed smashing the windows of a police station with bricks on Sunday.

Anti-extradition bill demonstrators hurled bricks and eggs at the Tseung Kwan O police station for more than 25 minutes, smashing many windows in the process, according to the filmer.

The protests began in March in opposition to an extradition bill that would have sent some suspects to mainland China for trial but have continued despite the government's decision to drop the contentious legislation.