The 12-minute, 35-second clip goes on to detail Woods' interaction with a jail official administering the pair of breathalyzer tests, in which he recorded readings of.000.
"Woods had changed his story of where he was going and where was coming from", the police report stated. The motor was running and the right blinker was flashing. Police say they found Woods asleep behind the wheel of his Mercedes, parked partially on the side of a highway.
The 14-time major champion was taken into custody at 2:49 am Monday, booked into jail at 7:18 am and released at 10:50 am.
"I need you to make a tight seal with your lips and blow directly..." a sheriff's deputy is seen explaining to the golf great as her voice trails off.
Police charged him with DUI and released him hours after his arrest.
"Obviously a lot of people know what happened to Tiger Woods the last few days, few weeks and there are so many comments, so many opinions", he said in a video posted on Twitter.
In this Monday, May 29, 2017 still image taken from video provided by the Jupiter Police Department Tiger Woods steps off line during a field sobriety test after he was found sound asleep behind the wheel of his auto partially on the road in Jupiter, Fla.
The incident took place around 3 a.m.in the town of Jupiter, Florida, and immediately after the news broke, along with a concerning mugshot, it was suggested that Woods had been arrested for an alcohol-related incident.
Maybe it's that Tiger Woods played golf with President Trump and didn't bash him afterward. It was later determined that a mix of prescription medications caused his mental and physical disorientation behind the wheel. He was released on his own recognizance.
"I feel bad for Tiger", Nicklaus told reporters at a news conference for The Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio.
Woods, who is handcuffed, seems to barely understand instructions from a person giving the test at the Jupiter [Fla.] Police Precinct.
Woods, recovering from a fourth back operation since April 2014, is due in court in Palm Beach County on July 5.
Woods was reportedly found by police asleep at the wheel with his auto on the side of the road. Both tires on the left side of the auto were flat, and police described fresh damage to the driver's side. He said he was headed to Orange County.
In a statement after his arrest Monday - before the video surfaced - Woods said alcohol was not involved, blaming his disorientation on "an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications". When asked what kind, he gave an answer that was redacted from the videotape.
At another point, the tape showed Woods bending down to tie his shoelace as one of the police officers told him, "It's your other shoe that's untied, man".
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