Alfonso J. Loftin met a deputy responding to a call in West Palm Beach by splashing urine from a 2-pint container in his eyes and mouth. He then barricaded himself in his home.

Hours later, deputies kicked a small hole in the door and tasered the suspect in his thigh which was visible through the hole. When they got inside though, they say Loftin put their K9 in a headlock and had to be tasered three times more before he would let go.

He's been charged with aggravated battery and resisting arrest. He has no previous criminal history. Police described the urine as a deadly weapon.