A man carrying a toilet seat allegedly beats and pours dog de-wormer on a woman. According to an arrest report from the Pensacola Police Department, on Wednesday Jerry Outler woke the victim up, asking her where the drugs were. The victim stated that when she said she did not know what he was talking about, Outler forced her to the ground and forcefully pulled on one side of her mouth, according to the report. The report stated Outler then took dog de-wormer and poured it on the victim – some getting in her eyes causing them to burn. The report said he also began choking the victim and pushed her into the bathroom while he continued his search for the alleged drugs. In the bathroom Outler punched the victim above her eye, the report revealed. He then began to push the victim toward their bed, which passed the only door that lead outside, the report said. It also said when the victim attempted to escape, Outler grabbed her by her hair and pulled her away from the door. It was at this time the victim, according to the report, police were on scene, outside the home. Outler pinned the victim to the ground with his knee, and when he was unable to use his knee, he placed his hand on the back of her neck and forcefully pushed her face into the floor, the report said. At some point Outler grabbed a toilet’s lid and had it in both hands. The report said officers gave Outler verbal commands to drop the lid, but he didn’t comply. Outler pulled a futon mattress on top of himself and the victim, and stated both he and the victim had guns, which at the same point you could hear the victim screaming for help, according to the report. That’s when Outler advised he had a gun and was going to kill her, the report revealed. Officers were able to kick their way into the home and get the victim, and other officers came and detained Outler a short time later, according to the report. Outler was taken to Baptist Hospital for a medical clearance prior to conducting an arrest. Once he was released Outler was charged with battery and false imprisonment. He is being held at the Escambia County Jail on no bond.