A man is in hospital after a brick bounced back and hit him when he allegedly threw it at the office of a charity in north Belfast, Northern Ireland.
The front windows of the the Public Initiative for Prevention of Suicide (PIPS) property were smashed in the incident on Wednesday evening.
A number of people were in the premises at the time but were not injured.
The man, who is in his 40s, reportedly threw a brick at the window but it bounced back and hit him on the head.
He was arrested at the scene and is currently being treated in hospital for a head injury.
Police said they are investigating criminal damage at the property and enquiries are continuing.