A 16-YEAR-old boy was cut across his arm by a man who accused him of staring at him.
The bizarre attack happened at 7.30am yesterday as the youth waited at a bus stop on Commercial Road in Skelmanthorpe.
An older teenager walked towards him and then stopped and accused the victim of staring.
He got out a Swiss Army-style pocket knife, put it against the victim's forearm and then drew it back, causing a small wound.
He then walked away
Det Con Russ Conlon, of Kirklees CID intelligence unit, said: "We have a good description of the attacker and feel sure someone must know him.
"He wore a distinctinctive hooded top. Do you remember anyone wearing such a top in Skelmanthorpe yesterday? The attacker may have been on his way to work."
He is white, aged 18 or 19, just over 6ft and stocky with short black hair and stubble.
He wore a red hooded top with an emblem in the middle of the chest, blue denim jeans and blue trainers.
Anyone with information should contact Pc Dorian James on 01484 436659 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.