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Kidstuff (Sammo Hung) has been asked by the police to investigate a case of international ammunition trade between two gangs. One is the Japanese yakuza gang in possession of stolen diamonds, and the other is a group of terrorists with a stockpile of ammunition. Whilst visiting the police station he meets Quito (Sylvia Chang), an old friend from when they were in the orphanage. As they embrace each other in a friendly hug, some passing police officers get the wrong idea and decide to tell her husband, Albert (Karl Maka). Albert refuses to listen to Quito and attempts to fight Kidstuff. Later, when Kidstuff and Quito decide to dine together, Albert secretly hides under their table.

Kidstuff goes to ask his old Lucky Stars gang for help (the returning Eric Tsang, Richard Ng and Stanley Fung, and newcomer Michael Miu). However, they refuse to help as they have embarked on a new crime spree, so Kidstuff is forced to find a new gang.

First he recruits Top Dog (Alan Tam), so called because of his affinity with (and ability to speak to) dogs. Second is Fat Cat (Kent Cheng), a lazy cop, who joins because Kidstuff throws money at him. Next is Lambo (Andy Lau) a lady's man, followed by Long Legs (Anthony Chan) and Libbogen (Billy Lau), a pair of timid cops who flee in the face of danger. To complete the unlikely group, Yum Yum (Maria Tung Ling) is assigned to teach the gang her skills of self defence and disguise.
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