Cops Release Video Of Tiger Woods' Awkward DUI Arrest

Woods appeared disoriented during the exchange with officers

Woods appeared disoriented during the exchange with officers

When the officer asks Woods where he had been, the 14-time major champion says, "LA".

After then asking a series of random questions, the officer then tells Tiger to close his eyes, tilt his head backwards and recite the English alphabet without singing. The brake lights were on and the right turn signal was flashing as Woods' vehicle was parked in the right lane of Military Trail south of Indian Creek Parkway near Wood's home in Jupiter, Fla. When he did, he leaned forward after losing his balance.He couldn't follow a red light the officer moved from side to side.

Tiger Woods was pretty out of it when he was arrested on suspicion of Driving Under the Influence on Monday. Soon the officer says "you're not even looking at the light".

The front bumper of Woods' Mercedes was damaged and both tires on the driver's side were flat, police said.

"I understand the severity of what I did and I take full responsibility for my actions. I expect more from myself too", Woods also said in his statement.

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Police found Woods sound asleep behind the wheel, an incident report said.

DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) - Another public embarrassment for Tiger Woods is shifting to the legal side following his arrest in Florida on a DUI charge, with one criminal expert suggesting Woods made a mistake by claiming publicly that prescription medicine was to blame.

In a statement, Woods said: 'What happened was an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications. "I didn't realise the mix of medications had affected me so strongly".

He had difficulty tying his shoes, stumbled asked to when walk a straight line and recited the alphabet with difficulty. In April, he announced that he would not compete in the Masters tournament and put his career on hold for surgery to alleviate back pain, his fourth surgery in the past three years. He was cited for DUI and improper parking, and will be arraigned on July 5.

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