A MAN admitted attacking his half-brother in two separate incidents after they had an argument over alleged stolen money. Unemployed Woo Ming-bor, 52, was jailed yesterday by the District Court for three months after he pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm and unlawful wounding. Sentencing, Judge Wilson said the first attack was a domestic dispute which got off hand. The second involved some pre-meditation. Prosecution counsel Albert Yau said Woo and his half-brother Wu Ming-choi, a cleaning worker, were living together at a 13th-floor flat at Shekkipmei Estate. The defendant's half-sister and adopted sister also shared the flat. The court heard that the brothers had a fierce argument on March 1 during which Woo hit his half-brother with a metal bar and a broken bowl. Wu suffered minor injuries to his forehead and chest. Police arrested Woo and charged him with assault occasioning actual bodily harm. In revenge for being reported, Woo armed himself with a chopper and hammer and waited for his half-brother on the 12th-floor staircase of their building at 12.35 am the next day. Woo chased his half-brother and inflicted more serious injuries. Wu's sisters separated the pair. Appearing for Woo, solicitor Peter Hui said the offences arose out of a domestic dispute when Wu made ''vicious'' accusations. Mr Hui said Wu had accused the defendant of stealing some money from a wallet.