Chinese-American Wu and his friend Paul are accused of killing 25 women in the United States. Wu gets off by blaming all the guilt on Paul. The law fails to nail him but the judge permanently expels Wu from the U.S. Back in Hong Kong the local courts can't try him and the cops, led by Cheung Tat-ming, have nothing to pin on him. Upset with perceived injustice in the legal system, journalist Charles (Wong) decides to use his tabloid glossy magazine as a tool to keep Ted off the streets. The cops quickly lambast Charles for provoking a known killer. Ted proceeds to kidnap a lady off the street. In his remote lair he strips the girl, shackles her to a ball and chain and molests her. And then a young family walks in the door. Ted's back in form and it takes Charles (by now feeling considerable guilt) and Ted's ex-neighbour Mendy (Yiu) to stop him.