An argument between two sisters over the use of the home computer escalated, landing one of them in hospital and the other in court. Leung Mei-kwa, 18, pleaded guilty in Kwun Tong Court yesterday to a charge of wounding her sister, Leung Po-kwan, 20, with a pair of scissors, according to testimony. The sister suffered cuts on fingers of both hands. The sisters and their divorced mother live in a housing estate flat in Wong Tai Sin. Acting Principal Magistrate Amanda Woodcock released Leung Mei-kwa on HK$200 bail until August 6 after she agreed to move in with her father. She also agreed not to make contact with her sister and mother. Ms Woodcock called for community service and probation reports. After the attack, police were called and arrested Leung Mei-kwa, who initially denied the assault.