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Cops say a 16-year-old boy was assaulted with a bat at Bath Beach Park (17th Avenue and 17th Court) after a 20-year-old man mistook him as part of a group of “kids he saw throwing eggs at cars” on Monday, December 26.

According to police, the teen was hanging out at the park at around 9:50 p.m. where a group of youngsters where throwing eggs at vehicles. He then told cops that a 20-year-old man got out of his car, approached him and asked him “why you throwing eggs?”

The 20-year-old allegedly proceeded to hit the teen over the head with a baseball bat, causing a cut to his scalp and fled the scene in a four-door sedan.

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