Police release Tiger Woods' DUI arrest video

Posted June 02, 2017

The right turn signal was still on, with Woods' foot on the brake in the driver's seat.

Woods told officers he had not been drinking, but volunteered that he had taken medication.

But he said this: "I do feel sorry for him".

The report said Woods was cooperative "as much as possible" when found asleep at the wheel early Monday morning.

"Where you coming from man", Fandrey asks Woods in the video of the incident.

According to the report, Woods was confused and asked how far he was from his Hobe Sound home.

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"Do you know where you are at right now", Fandrey asks. Woods can be heard telling him he did not know where.

Woods also is asked to say the alphabet from A to Z in a slow non-rhythmic manner.

"It's because you're stopped in the road", the cop explains.

Tiger Woods was arrested after failing several roadside sobriety tests.

Tiger Woods struggles to walk as police encourage him to go in a straight line. At one point he starts to walk away, then stumbles back, saying, "What are we doing?"

Fandrey also wrote that Woods had trouble tying his shoes.

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"They have to be very measured in terms of their response to their relation with him", said David Carter, professor of sports business at the University of Southern California's Marshal School of Business.

The breathalyzer test supported that claim. His auto showed signs of "fresh damage" on the driver's side of the vehicle, according to the records. There also was minor damage to the bumpers, and the passenger rear tail light was out. The vehicle had two flat tires and damage on the driver's side. The prescription drugs he was taking are believed to be what caused his impairment. He was booked at 7:18 a.m. and released on his own recognizance at 10:50 a.m.

Woods was found by an officer on the side of Military Trail South, approximately 3 miles from his restaurant, The Woods Jupiter, heading in the opposite direction.

Woods, who has seen his professional life damaged by loss of fitness and form, issued a statement promising to "take full responsibility for my actions". Police say Woods blew.000 meaning there was no alcohol in his system. In the statement, he said that his DUI was not related to alcohol, but rather the result of mixing prescription medications. "I didn't realize the mix of medications had affected me so strongly", he said. "I apologize to my friends, family and fans". "I expect more from myself too".

He was cited for DUI and improper parking; his arraignment date is July 5.

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