A Florida man has been arrested for allegedly throwing a liter of urine at a cop's mouth and eyes.
Alfonsa Loftin, 40, was busted last week when a Palm Beach County deputy answered a call at his house. When the deputy arrived, he was allegedly welcomed with urine from a liter bottle, according to The Palm Beach Post.
According to police, Loftin intentionally attempted to harm the officer with the urine. Cops called the fluid as a “deadly weapon” because it can cause respiratory infection or permanent bodily harm, according to a police report.
The deputy called for backup and Loftin allegedly barricaded himself inside his home. After several hours of negotiation, the officers were able to kick a hole and fire a stun gun at the resident.
While it is unclear whom the urine belonged to, the six-foot-three man continued to throw urine as the officers tried to handcuff him.
Loftin now faces several charges of aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest with violence. He refused to appear in court for a bond hearing the following day after the arrest.
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