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Tags: Tiger Woods | DUI | dash cam | footage

Dash Cam Footage of Tiger Woods' Arrest Released

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By    |   Wednesday, 31 May 2017 09:31 PM

Tiger Woods is seen confused and slurring his speech in dashcam footage of his DUI arrest released Wednesday, USA Today reported.

Woods, winner of 14 majors in the PGA, was disoriented when police started questioning him in Florida early Monday. The 41-year-old was asleep in his Mercedes Benz in Jupiter, Fla., when police found him alongside a roadway at 2:03 a.m.

The video shows Woods' car pulled over with the blinker on. Police ask him where he is coming from and he responds with "L.A."

When officers ask him again, he tells them he is headed down to Orange County. Asked whether he was drinking, Woods says "No."

Woods failed his sobriety test but blew 0.0 on a Breathalyzer, later explaining an "unexpected reaction" to prescription medicine he had taken following back surgery five weeks ago.

At one point, Woods is asked to recite his ABCs, but instead of doing so, he starts randomly walking away.

"Mr. Woods, you don't have to walk anywhere," an officer is heard telling him.

"What, what are we doing?" Woods asks, stuttering.

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Tiger Woods is seen confused and slurring his speech in dash cam footage of his DUI arrest released Wednesday, USA Today reported.
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