A teenage boy has suffered burns to his legs after a suspected acid attack at Leeds Festival this weekend.
Olly Spencer-Littlewood, 17, from Wyke near Bradford, was sprayed with the liquid in a dance tent in the early hours of Sunday morning during his first ever festival.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Police have launched an investigation into the attack, which has left Mr Spencer-Littlewood in bandages after he was rushed to hospital.
The teenager said he does not think he could go to another festival after the assault.
Olly Spencer-Littlewood (left), 17, from Wyke near Bradford, suffered burns to his legs (right) after a suspected acid attack at Leeds Festival this weekend
Mr Spencer-Littlewood was enjoying a DJ set when he felt a liquid hit his legs.
He assumed somebody had spilled a drink while dancing in the bustling crowd but the sensation quickly 'escalated to burning'.
The teenager was near the stage at the time so climbed over the fence and alerted a marshall who quickly took him to the medical tent.
Medics called an ambulance while the liquid was washed off with water before he was taken to York Hospital for further treatment at around 2.30am.
His father Craig Littlewood said: 'They cleaned him up at the hospital and reported back it is acid of some description.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The liquid was 'acid of some description'