Tenderloin altercation took an odd turn Monday, when an attacking suspect didn't take his victim's call phone or cash, but instead settled for ripping a decoration from a bedazzled jacket.

Police say that the incident went down at 6 p.m. Monday, as a 53-year-old man walked down the 200 block of Eddy Street, which is between Taylor and Jones Streets.

Suddenly, according to the San Francisco Police Department, a man in his late 50s "threw a drink" on the pedestrian. Shocked, the victim stopped in his tracks — and that's when the drink-tosser pushed him "to the ground and then ripped a decorative stone from [the victim's] jacket."

Clutching the bedazzlement, the suspect then fled on foot. He remains at large as of Tuesday, police say, and no arrests have been made in the case.

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