Footage released Wednesday shows Tiger Woods failing field sobriety tests before being arrested. Both tires on the driver's side were flat, with minor damage to the rims.
Some of the footage released on Wednesday seems to be from the backup auto that arrives second on the scene, so you don't see Woods get pulled over, but at one point a cop asks if Woods knows why they're talking, to which the golfer admits "no". Woods can be seen stumbling and swaying through a sobriety test before being arrested.
Two breathalyzer tests showed his blood alcohol level at zero.
Woods, in a statement released Monday night, blamed the incident on "an unexpected reaction to prescription medications".
Police say Woods was "asleep at the wheel" and that he "had to be woken up". "I didn't realize the mix of medications had affected me so strongly", he said.
He will appear in court in Palm Beach County on July 5.
As an officer moves a light in front of Woods' face during the test, he fails to follow it with his eyes. The arrest affidavit listed four medications, including Vicodin, that Woods reported taking. And we wish him well.
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Woods told the officer after he was pulled over that he had not been drinking.
When asked where he was coming from, Woods said, according to USA Today, "Jupiter", but when asked again he said, "LA".
Before they start, Woods puts his right foot on the hood of the officer's auto, and spends some time tying his shoe.
According to the police report, there is a dash-cam video of Monday's incident, which could also be made public soon. "Woods stated that he did not know where he was".
He attempted a comeback after more than a year away from the game late in 2016 but played in just three tournaments. He dominated the sport for nearly 20 years with 14 major wins and 79 PGA Tour victories, according to the Golf Channel.
But he said this: "I do feel sorry for him".
He told police he had taken a mixture of four prescription drugs.
Woods underwent back surgery last month, marking the fourth time in his career that he has undergone such a procedure, and he is expected to miss the rest of the PGA Tour season.