Sobriety Test Reveals Tiger Woods Blew A .000, Was On Four Different Prescription Drugs

Newly released reports indicate that fallen golf superstar Tiger Woods was asleep at the wheel of his 2015 Mercedes Benz when he was arrested by Jupiter police early Monday morning in Jupiter, Florida.
According to the Probable Cause Affidavit obtained by Daily Mail, the 41-year-old Woods had to be woken up by an officer. His car was running at the time and Woods’ right blinker was flashing.
After Woods was awoken by police, he failed four field sobriety tests. After failing those four tests, Woods submitted to a breathalyzer and blew a .000 two times, which suggests that there was no alcohol in his system, however, Woods was on four prescription drugs: Soloxer, Vicodin, Torix, and Viox.
Via Daily Mail:

The affidavit states that at 2:03 A.M., Woods was approached by a member of the Jupiter Police Department, who found him sound asleep at the wheel of his $222,000 Mercedes.
The star’s car was idling in the middle of Military Trail about one mile from police headquarters, a deserted stretch of road at night but an extremely busy traffic artery during the day. Both his brake lights and flashers were on.
After he was woken by cops, Woods — who was alone in the car — told them he had no idea where he was, according to the paperwork. “Woods asked how far from his house he was,” the report reads.

According to police at the scene, Woods was described as cooperative and confused. Woods has been charged with DUI and now faces a six-month suspension of his driver’s license. Reports also suggest he will be losing many of his sponsorships.

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