More disturbing images of Tiger Woods emerged Tuesday in the black-and-white details of police reports, depicting him sound asleep behind the wheel of a auto parked awkwardly on the side of a six-lane Florida road with two flat tires, the engine still running and a blinker flashing. Palladino shined his flashlight, which got Woods to wake up. Officers said Woods was cooperative but failed a roadside sobriety test. Breath tests showed no alcohol in his system, and Woods also agreed to a urine test. "What happened was an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications", he said.
Woods also said in the post that his long-term prognosis for returning to professional golf is positive but that he won't be able to twist his back for another two to three months. Woods moved slowly, Palladino wrote in his report, but eventually got the vehicle in park and opened the window.
The reports said Woods' pupils were dilated, and he told the officers he hadn't taken any illegal drugs.
Woods, who had been wearing a white shirt and black shorts, was roused from his sleep, the officer said, adding that he "had extremely slow and slurred speech". "I want the public to know that alcohol was not involved". Woods had changed his story of where he was going and where he was coming from. In the incident report filed by the four officers at the scene, Woods kept dozing off even after his initial contact with police. I identified myself as Ofc.
There were, of course, some people who came to Woods' defense. "I will do everything in my power to ensure this never happens again", the statement continued.
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"Woods asked how far from his house he was".
An officer listed the medications Woods said he was taking as "soloxex", "vicodin", "torix" and "viox". It should be noted that Woods was heading southbound away from Hobe Sound.
"I feel bad for him".
"I understand the severity of what I did and I take full responsibility for my actions", he said. "I fully cooperated with law enforcement, and I would like to personally thank the representatives of the Jupiter Police Department and the Palm Beach County Sheriff's office for their professionalism". It means more than you know. The name of the medication isn't given; the word right after medication is mentioned was redacted by police. However, Woods did register a 0.00 when he was given a breathalizer test. He swayed back and forth. Until then, it's a good time to ask America what it wants to give Woods more: sympathy or sarcasm? He didn't follow the light with his eyes, sometimes just closing them, and he "was not following directions to place his feet together with his heel touching and toes touching", the report said. That controversy marked the end of the line for several sponsors. It took multiple tries to get Woods to touch his finger to his nose, Fandrey wrote, and when he did "he did not bring his hand back down for approximately 15 seconds".