A disabled biker has asked thieves to return his prosthetic hand back after it was stolen from his adapted bike.
Jack Baker, who is 19, lost his right arm in a bus crash in Bristol in May.
He said he was visiting his girlfriend in Knowle when he parked the bike outside and left the hand attached to the machine.
He said he believed that someone tried to steal his bike, but took his hand instead for a prank. Mr Baker has been told a replacement will cost £450.
"It was the first time I had left my hand on the bike," he said.
"I thought I was only going to be 10 minutes, but I ended up staying for two hours.
"I came out and found the hand was gone. I thought it was my girlfriend's parents messing about, but they said it wasn't them.
"It's frustrating because my hand's no good to anyone else. I never thought anyone would take it though."