Police and ambulance were called to Perth city centre at the weekend after a “distressed” man began removing his clothes.
The incident happened outside the Push charity shop on South Street around 1pm on Saturday.
The male was described as being “very distressed”.
Concerned passers-by alerted police after the man was spotted acting in a strange manner and trying to remove his clothes. An ambulance was alerted along with the man’s father and he was taken to Perth Royal Infirmary for a check-up before being handed over to family members to go home.
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “We received a call to say that a man was behaving in a strange manner.
“He was crying and distressed and trying to remove his clothes.
“Police and Scottish Ambulance attended and the man was taken to PRI for assessment.
“His family were contacted.”