Hell On Wheels! Tiger Woods’s Car Had ‘Fresh Damage’ Amid DUI Arrest, Officers Say
Tiger Woods’ Mercedes showed signs of “fresh damage” as officers arrested him for driving under the influence in Florida on Monday morning, RadarOnline.com has learned.
According to Jupiter Police Department documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, the 41-year-old’s pricy vehicle seemed to bear the brunt of his wild drive.
“Both drivers’ side tires were flat along with minor damage to both respective rims,” a responding officer said in his eyewitness account. “There was also minor damage to the front driver’s side bumper and rear bumper, and the passenger rear tail light appeared to be out.”
“Driver’s side front and rear rims were damaged and their respective tires were flat, the front bumper on the driver’s side was damaged, and there were some white scrapes and scuff marks on the rear bumper,” another responding officer stated.
The father of two was in rough shape himself. According to the first cop, Woods was “extremely slow to answer questions” and “had slurred and mumbled speech.”
While exiting his car, he “utilized the door to maintain his balance” and was “swaying.”
In an attempt to tie his shoe, Woods placed his foot on the patrol car and “nearly lost his balance.”
The disgraced golfer was so messed up, he couldn’t follow a light during his field sobriety text, the officer claimed.
“Woods eyes remained extremely droopy and shut periodically as I attempted to get Woods to follow the light,” he said.
At one point, according to the second cop, Woods even fell back asleep inside his vehicle.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the scandal-prone athlete was initially discovered asleep at the wheel while parked in the right lane of a Jupiter street.
He admitted to taking prescription pills such as Vicodin, but police confirmed that he had not consumed alcohol.
Last night, Woods apologized for his actions, but blamed his behavior on “an unexpected reaction” to medications.
“I will do everything in my power to ensure this never happens again,” he promised fans.
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