Tiger Woods' Struggle with Breathalyzer Test Revealed in New Video

Laura Christensen
June 5, 2017

(AP) - Video from a Florida jail shows a barefoot and handcuffed Tiger Woods performing two breath tests after being arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.

He is set to be arraigned on Monday in Palm Beach Court.

In a recorded message posted on his Twitter account, Kaymer spoke out in support of Woods, who was found asleep at the wheel of his vehicle with the engine running in Florida on Monday.

Newly-released police dash cam video shows a dazed-looking Tiger Woods during his DUI arrest. "Don't suck it, blow out", she instructs, then patiently has to ask him to try again.

The golfer underwent surgery on his back for the fourth time on 20 April and last week claimed he had "not felt this good in years". Why don't you try to do the opposite and help him now in the way he inspired us?.

A male officer can be heard asking Woods if he will submit to a urine test for controlled or chemical substances, to which he agrees.

Woods, who appears to struggle to keep his eyes open, is later seen slumped in a chair with his head against the wall of the cell. Woods's speech was slow, and a female officer had to walk him to a chair to sit down. Now, the arresting police department has released the dashcam video of the traffic "stop" - his vehicle was already pulled over, and he was asleep, so I'm not sure that qualifies as a stop - that led to his arrest, and it's immediately clear that he should definitely not have been behind the wheel. The passenger side rear taillight was also not working, according to the documents.

The affidavit states that at 2:03am, Eldrick T. Woods was approached by a member of the Jupiter Police Department, who found him wearing his seat belt while sound asleep at the wheel of his Mercedes.

Days after he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, Woods explained in a statement that his weird behavior was caused by an "unexpected reaction to prescribed medications" ― not alcohol.

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