A SHEEPRIDGE man has been given community service for assaulting his daughter's teenage boyfriend.
Mohammed Ashraf, of Bradley Boulevard, was sentenced to a community order with 100 hours of unpaid work by Huddersfield magistrates yesterday .
Ashraf, 49, had pleaded guilty to racially aggravated assault at an earlier hearing.
The prosecution alleged he assaulted the victim - who cannot be named for legal reasons - at 10.30pm on September 5.
The 16-year-old teenager had been walking past Ashraf's home when he dropped some money which went into the garden.
He climbed over a fence to retrieve it but while he was searching for it, Ashraf arrived and began attacking him.
He hit him over the head, shoulder and back with the handlebars of a bicycle.
He shouted at the boy to tell him where his daughter was and shouted racist insults.
The boy ran away and Ashraf was later arrested.
He admitted the assault and racial abuse to police.
He said he had done it in anger because he wanted to know where his daughter was.
Ashraf was unhappy that his daughter, who is under 16, is living with her boyfriend.
Ashraf, who is on benefits, was also ordered to pay \'a360 court costs.