Tiger Woods Got Arrested For Driving Under Influence

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One of the world’s most famous sportsmen in the world, Tiger Woods, was arrested 2 days ago due to driving under influence. Woods was sleeping in his running vehicle before police came.

Tiger Woods Got Arrested For Driving Under Influence

Tiger Woods Arrested For DUI

According to the CNN, on Monday morning, police got a call for a man sleeping in a damaged, running vehicle. So, when the police came, they had to wake up the driver before they arrested him on a DUI charge. However, the officers were really surprised when they saw Tiger Woods on the driver seat. According to them, the golfer had confusing and slow speech and had trouble with keeping his balance. Moreover, his statement was also suspicious. Firstly, when the officers came to him, he told them that he did know knew where he was or where he was going that night. However, after that, he told that he was traveling from L.A. to Orange County.

Tiger Woods Got Arrested For Driving Under Influence (2)

The 14-time champ was arrested around 2:50 AM ET. The first thought was that he was under alcohol influence and he fell asleep while driving. However, Tiger Woods has told to the police officers that he has not been drinking that night and this accident is due to the medications he takes.

According to him, he is fully aware about the whole situation and he takes full responsibility for his actions. Again, he said that the alcohol was not the cause for the accident but the unexpected reaction from the medications. Moreover, he said that his back surgery in April was the cause for this unpleasant situation.

Tiger Woods Got Arrested For Driving Under Influence (2)

The good thing is that the police said that Woods was completely fair with them and he has answered all the questions. Moreover, he has agreed to do urine and breath test. According to them, the breath test showed 0.00. However, the good thing is that Tiger Woods is not seriously hurt and he will consult his doctor about the medications. We are waiting the reports from the further investigation.

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