Tiger Woods asleep at the wheel of his Mercedes during DUI arrest; failed field sobriety test

A mixture of “prescribed medications” turned once-glorified golf-god, Tiger Woods, into a soggy Sleeping Beauty behind the wheel of his Mercedes Benz on the morning of his DUI arrest, according to a newly released police report…



Just hours after Tiger dropped a statement via ESPN explaining his Memorial Day detainment by Florida’s Jupiter Police Department in which he claims “alcohol was not involved,” new information concerning the 41-year-old pro athlete’s brief stint in Palm Beach County Jail has surfaced.
Per legal documents, obtained by TMZ, in the moments leading up to his arrest, 12 rolled up on a totally faded Tiger who was asleep at the wheel of his stopped luxury vehicle with the motor running and the right blinker flashing.
The reports goes on to claim the decorated dimpled ball-hitter “had extremely slow and slurred speech.”
Initially, Tiger was said to have told cops he was “coming from L.A. California from golfing.” He then changed his story and said he didn’t know where he was.

Tiger woods asleep at the wheel
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The police papers add that there’s were four drugs listed under the golfer’s medical conditions — Soloxer, Vicodin, Torix and Viox. It notes Viox was not taken this year. It says Tiger had 4 left knee surgeries and 4 Achilles.
Tiger was described in report as “cooperative” yet “very droopy, extremely sleepy, hard to keep eyes open, hard to walk.” Homeboy flunked the field sobriety test thanks to his inability to do the one-leg stand or the nose touch.


“When asked to do the Romberg alphabet test, he stated, ‘yes, recite entire national anthem backwards,” the docs also state.




Regardless, once the champion swinger was arrested and taken to a special facility for a breathalyzer test, he blew zeros.
Tiger–who apologized to his family, friends, and fans for the “strong” and “unexpected reaction” he had to his mix of “prescribed medications”–is scheduled for court in July.
By : Asia Grace

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