Photos captured the moment a naked woman destroyed a bar in Florida before police came in and shot her with a stun gun before taking her into custody.
Tina Kindred, 53, was acting ‘out of control,’ according to reports from the local sheriff’s office, which led to a response from the Ocala Police Department on Monday.
Kindred can be seen standing naked on top of the bar.
Kindred appears to be at an Outback Steakhouse location, though she also had an incident at Mojo Grill the same day, police say.
A Florida woman was tased and arrested after she was seen naked destroying a bar
In a video of the incident, she begins trashing the bar, pulling each bottle down one by one and smashing them on the ground.
When police respond, Kindred threw bottles at police officers.
Kindred emerges out of the bar and begins to approach an officer.
When she gets too close, the officer deploys a taser, knocking Kindred to the ground as the cop yells at her to get on her stomach as he threatens to use it again.
Another angle shows Kindred throwing bottles before she is stunned.
According to Ocala-News, Kindred threw at least three bottles at officers, including one that hit an officer’s arm.
Kindred lays on her stomach as asked while the restaurant appears to be in tatters.
Tina Kindred, 53, was acting ‘out of control,’ according to reports, which led to a response from the Ocala Police Department on Monday
After Kindred was tased, she was placed in handcuffs before being transported to Advent Health for treatment.
At the health center, it was discovered that she may have had a fentanyl patch in her pubic area, according to a law enforcement report.
Outside of THC, however, Kindred did not appear to have any narcotics in her system, the report said.
During her incident at Mojo Grill, there were reports of Kindred topless, banging on tables and windows.
She also allegedly flipped over some tables and tried getting into another customer’s car before recklessly driving around the parking lot and leaving.
A police officer was forced to deploy his taser to get Kindred to stop throwing bottles
Kindred claimed to target Mojo Grill because she felt the owner was dishonest, the sheriff’s office said. She was also denied service after entering the establishment.
Meanwhile, Kindred did claim to go into Outback with the intention of trashing the place, they said.
Kindred is estimated to have done thousands of dollars in damages, though the exact amount is not known.
She has been charged with aggravated battery on law enforcement, as well as felony criminal mischief.
As of Friday, she is being held at the Marion County Jail on $5,000 bond, with a court date set for next month.