Runaway from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, was Tased four times and told deputies he'd taken three to four hits of acid.

SEAGROVE BEACH — A naked teen caught running through South Walton over Memorial Day weekend told deputies that he'd taken three to four hits of acid, according to newly released documents from the Walton County Sheriff's Office.

He also was Tased four times to bring him into compliance, the incident reports said.

Motorists and pedestrians had called 911 about 9 a.m. on May 27 to report seeing a young man — who initially was wearing swimming trunks — running down County Road 30A, making threats to passersby. He then shed the suit and screamed obscenities and punched vehicles while running along the popular tourist thoroughfare.

Deputies arrived and ordered the young man, who they learned was a 16-year-old runaway from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to the ground, but he turned and tried to run instead.

In the struggle to handcuff him, one deputy lost his footing and fell to the ground. The young man was extremely "combative," deputies noted.

After he was Tased for the fourth time, deputies were able to handcuff him and get him to a seated position. They gave him some cold water, which seemed to calm him, but he was still extremely agitated, they noted.

He asked for a blunt, or marijuana cigarette, as well as an orgy and hot women. He asked if there were any animals around them and he asked if the deputies were God, the report said. He also told them he'd taken three to four hits of acid.

On the way to Fort Walton Beach Medical Center, he continually asked where he was and what had happened.

The young man's actions were captured on numerous body cameras worn by deputies.

According to the incident reports, deputies discussed what the best course of action would be and decided on the Marchman Act, which allows individuals with substance abuse issues to be admitted for care instead of being arrested.