Police release Tiger Woods' DUI arrest video

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This image provided by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Monday, May 29, 2017, shows Tiger Woods.

Jupiter police released the dash-cam footage on Wednesday night.

When the officer performs a test in which Woods is asked to follow a red light with his eyes, the officer says, "You're not even looking at the light". When asked to raise his right hand, he started to raise his left hand when the officer corrected him.

He later issued a statement blaming his behavior on an "unexpected reaction to prescribed medications".

Queensland native Norman, who won the British Open in 1986 and 1993, said Woods' wellbeing was more important than his return to golf. He then begins to walk down the road, looks disoriented and asks, "What are we doing?" Woods is asked if he knows where he's coming from, to which he responds "Jupiter", the Florida town where the arrest took place.

Woods was reportedly found by police asleep at the wheel with his auto pulled over and his brake lights on.

The 41-year-old Jupiter resident was arrested at 3 a.m., near the intersection of Military Trail and Indian Creek Parkway.

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They also show two exploded tires on the driver's side and rim damage.

Woods was arrested Monday on suspicion of DUI and spent almost four hours in jail before he was released on his own recognizance.

Woods was handcuffed and taken to a police station for breath tests. According to a police report released on Tuesday, Woods blew a.000 on the breathalyzer twice. Officers said he looked groggy, and Woods admitted he was taking several painkiller medications after a fourth back surgery, including Vicodin, a powerful opioid, and Vioxx, a medication taken off the USA market.

Nothing else of interest happens while Woods is in his vehicle, but there is footage of the field sobriety test and it shows he was very obviously intoxicated. "I didn't realize the mix of medications had affected me so strongly", he said.

Woods is to be arraigned 5 July in Palm Beach County court on the DUI charge.

Jason Day, an Australian golfer and fellow PGA Tour member who grew up idolizing Woods, said that he had sent him a text message but had not heard back. These players of the new "youth movement" on the PGA Tour are nearly singlehandedly inspired by Tiger Woods.

Woods recently underwent surgery on his back. He added that he had not taken the last of these this year.