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Naked Florida Man Walks His Dog, Gets Tasered By Police

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It was another bucolic summer Sunday afternoon in a quiet suburb north of Orlando: the sun fading gently in the west, a distant thunderstorm rumbling in the distance, and 20-year-old Robin Campbell walking his dog down the block, completely butt-naked.

When police came to check out what the nude dog-walker was up to, he explained, "this is God's house," fought and scratched police, and eventually had to be Tasered three times. Psychedelic mushrooms were involved.

Campbell first shattered his neighbors' Sunday afternoon reverie just after 5 p.m. when he strolled through a Maitland street in the buff with his dog in tow.

Police responded and when they asked Campbell if he'd been drinking, he told the officer, "You have had some alcohol," before demanding the cops leave him alone.

"If you don't get out of my way, I will kill you," he told police, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Police had to Taser Campbell twice to arrest him, the paper reports, and then Taser him a third time after he was handcuffed because he was still scratching an officer enough to make him bleed.

Campbell later admitted to police that he'd eaten psychedelic mushrooms. He's charged with two counts of battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest with violence and exposing his sexual organs.

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