Tiger Woods recorded .000 on his two breath tests
Everyone knows of Tiger Wood’s recent run in with the law, but what you might not know is that he actually recorded .000 on two seperate breathalsyer tests which were conducted after he was arrested, according to documents which have now been released by the police department.
Tiger was arrested (again) for driving under the influence of alcohol, chemical substances or controlled substances. The actual arrest occurred after he was witnessed by police as not stopping his vehicle correctly as well as parking in an illegal parking place. The arrest occurred on a Monday morning. The police officers who performed the arrest noted that Tiger was “extremely slow and slurred, mumbled and confused.”
When he was released a day later, Tiger commented how alcohol played no part in his arrest, and the recordings of the two breath tests would appear to back up this claim. He instead commented that the issues were caused by an ‘unexpected reaction’ to the prescription medication that he had consumed.
Tiger went on to state: “I understand the severity of what I did and I take full responsibility for my actions. I want the public to know that alcohol was not involved. What happened was an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications. I didn’t realize the mix of medications had affected me so strongly.”
Woods, who was driving his 2015 Mercedes Benz at the time, had to be woken up by police whilst he was behind the wheel. The engine was running and brake lights were on as well as a flashing red indicator light.
TMZ was quoted as saying that police sources informed them that Tiger was at times ‘arrogant’ and had a smell of alcohol on his breath. He originally refused to take a breathalyser test however later on agreed to do so. As he refused originally, he was arrested and then had his mugshot taken which was released across the media.