Tiger Woods, once the world's top golfer, was asleep at the wheel of his auto and didn't know where he was before he was charged with driving under the influence earlier this week, according to a police report released Tuesday.
In an arrest report, obtained by the Palm Beach Post, the responding officer wrote that the golf great's vehicle was stopped in the right lane of a road in Jupiter, Florida.
The report noted that Woods was driving southbound, the opposite direction he should have been going if he was trying to return to his Jupiter Island home.
The officer said Woods was asleep at the wheel, with a phone in his lap and his hands resting on his legs, and he only slightly opened his eyes when the officer shined his flashlight through the window.
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While in custody, Woods submitted to breath tests to determine if he had been drinking alchohol, and twice blew 0.000.
"I didn't realise the mix of medications had affected me so strongly", Woods said in the statement.
Tiger Woods said his arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence was due to an "unexpected reaction" to mixing prescription medications.
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Woods has undergone four separate surgeries on his back since 2014, with the most recent procedure taking place in late April. Reports says that he was unaware as to where he was and that his black Mercedes was damaged on the front and rear bumper with a broken tail light and flat tyre on the driver's side. The motor was running and the right blinker was flashing. He took two breathalyzer tests scoring.000. He has not played for four months and is out for the rest of the season while he recovers from his fourth back surgery.
He was cited for DUI and improper parking, and records said there was no crash or damage to any property. And yet, for all the obstacles you imagined that could have stopped Woods cold, bottles filled with prescription drugs would have been nowhere near the top of that list.
It's heartbreaking, really. There are the many trolls out there gleefully celebrating Woods' suffering, but most rational humans feel sadness.
A handout photo of Tiger Woods following his Memorial Day arrest. He's been great for the game of golf, and I think he needs all our help. He has won 14 majors, the last one the U.S. Open in 2008 at Torrey Pines just one week before his fourth knee surgery, which sidelined him for almost nine months. If Woods has a problem with painkillers, it's hardly a high-class headache and he's got way too much company.
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