This Old Boy In Jacksonville Punched A Bouncer, Walked Out On Tab, Gets Dropped Like A Sequoia

#JaxBeach Police use 3 TASERs, baton, 4 handcuffs to arrest man. At 6, #ANJaxInvestigates concerns he didn't seem combative before 1st TASER pic.twitter.com/qWy8NrohWj

— Jenna Bourne (@jennaANjax) August 15, 2017

Does a tree make a sound if it’s dropped by 3 Taser blasts on a Jacksonville Beach street? Yes it does. Just watch that video. Doesn’t even begin to stop that guy from saying he’s not resisting. Just stands there.

HOLY SHEEET!

Let’s go to CBS-Jacksonville for the full story:

Jacksonville Beach police used a Taser, a baton and four sets of handcuffs to arrest a man accused of punching a bouncer and walking out on his $235 bar tab on Sunday.

Facebook video of the takedown outside Surfer [the Bar] on 1st Street North is leading some beachgoers to question why the use of force was necessary in the first place, since Christopher Alan White did not appear combative when a Jacksonville Beach Police Department officer deployed the first Taser.

Yes, Christopher Alan White is a Florida Man from Crescent City, Florida. You don’t think a guy who’s able to take a Taser like that is from Indiana, right?

Like taking down a wild bull!