Watch - Police release video of Tiger Woods falling asleep on the wheels

Watch – Police release video of Tiger Woods falling asleep on the wheels

The controversy over the arrest of Tiger Woods on Tuesday for the DUI charge continued with Jupiter County police dash the publication of a video of the incident.

The former world number one golfer seemed disoriented, stumbled and swayed by a sobriety test on the ground that led to his arrest. The video showed that Woods was unable to tie his shoelaces and staggered as he tried to walk in a straight line. Woods was “unable to walk alone” and was “hard to keep his eyes open.” The American golfer could not follow a red light with his eyes when he was invited to do it by the officer.

To check if wood understands the instructions, the officer asked him to recite the alphabet from A to Z in a “slow and non-rhythmic.” “This means they do not sing, okay? You understand the instructions,” the officer asked Woods. He replied, “Yes.” When the officer asked him what the instructions were, Woods said, “Do not sing the national anthem upside down.” At one point in the sobriety tests, Woods asks, ‘What do we do?’ Maderas However, he managed to recite the alphabets later as seen in the video.

Woods had blamed DUI detention during an adverse reaction to prescription drugs. After his release, Woods issued a statement in which he said: “I did not realise that the drug mix so I was affected. I apologise with all my heart to my family, friends and fans. myself.

Woods, who has already been news away from the golf course. Her private life has collapsed in late 2009 on accusations of affairs with several women and ultimately led to the end of her marriage. These accusations followed a bizarre car accident early in the morning outside his Florida home that swelled rapidly into a sexual scandal in himself that transformed his life and career up until now into the unshakeable backhand.

The Woods scandal eventually cost him a number of lucrative sponsorship deals, while other authors have strayed from their use in marketing, but have not yet terminated their contracts with him.

Woods, whose current sponsors include Nike, Bridgestone, Hero, Kowa, the top cover and monster power was ranked 12th on Forbes’ list of the highest-paid athletes in the year 2016, with a total profit of 45.3 Millions of dollars, despite so much If the year recovering from a back surgery.

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