Video showing the DUI arrest of golfer Tiger Woods was released Wednesday night by the Jupiter Police Department.
Woods was asleep at the wheel when Florida police found the golfer and ultimately arrested him on suspicion of driving under the influence early Monday morning. He was alone in his 2015 black Mercedes-Benz when police approached his parked car about 3 a.m. in Jupiter. The car was still running at the time.
Woods had "extremely slow and slurred, mumbled" speech and was "sluggish, sleepy [and] unable to walk alone" at the scene.Woods told officers that he took several prescription medications and was unsure of where he was at the time.
The Breathalyzer and urine tests showed no alcohol was in his system.
Woods later apologized for the incident, calling what happened an “an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications.”
Source: TMZ, FOX News