A Florida teen who may have been in a state of excited delirium faces a number of charges after he allegedly entered a neighbour's home, got naked and attacked police.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff said Conrad Hopper, 17, wandered into the home on Saturday "making loud nonsensical statements of random numbers."
Police said Hopper walked around breaking things before walking out the back door towards officers, armed with a large clock.
During his arrest, Hopper allegedly fought police and broke the right arm of one of the officers. A stun gun had to be used so officers could restrain him.
Hopper has been charged with burglary, criminal mischief, and battery of a police officer.
This was the second time in a week officers with the Palm Beach County Sheriff's office had to deal with a naked man.
On Feb. 4, police shot and killed Anesson Joseph, 28, after he attacked at least three people, biting one man on the face.