Watch: Tiger Woods Dashcam Video Of DUI Arrest Released

Authorities released the dashcam video of Tiger Woods's arrest in South Florida.

ESSENCE.COM Jun, 01, 2017

This article originally appeared on Sports Illustrated.

Authorities released the dashcam video of Tiger Woods’s arrest in South Florida, showing what happened before he was booked on charges of driving under the influence early Monday morning.

Woods was alone early Monday in a 2015 black Mercedes-Benz in Jupiter, Florida when a police officer on patrol noticed his vehicle on the side of Military Trail just south of Indian Creek Parkway.

Police found Woods asleep at the wheel, with the vehicle running and brake lights on. The Mercedes also had extensive damage to it.

Woods told authorities that he was coming from Los Angeles after a golf outing and did not know exactly where he was. He then changed his story, according a probable cause affidavit.

Police noted that Woods was cooperative, but his speech was “extremely slow and slurred, mumbled and confused.” He failed numerous field sobriety tests and was arrested. 

Woods took two breathalyzer tests after his DUI arrest and scored a .000.

Woods is charged with driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages, chemical substances or controlled substances on Monday morning and was also cited for improper stopping, standing or parking in an illegal place.

He has a court date in early July.

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Do you know where you're at right now? I do not know. You have no idea? Okay. Have you been drinking tonight? No. No? Are you sure about that? Yeah. That was part of the police dashcam video obtained by TMZ from Tiger Woods DUI arrest Monday morning. Woods was found asleep in a black Mercedes Benz parked on the side of the road in Jupiter, Florida. [SOUND] The car was running and the brake lights were on and the car was found with extensive damage. [SOUND] And police noted that Woods was cooperative, but despite taking two breathalyzer tests and blowing a 0.00 on each, Woods failed multiple sobriety tests He later made a statement that it was prescribed medication, not alcohol that he was under the influence of. [SOUND] All right, you're not following the light at all, you're not listening to the instructions. Okay, I need you to follow the light with your eyes and your eyes only, okay, keeping your head still. Do you understand? Okay. [SOUND] [MUSIC] [SOUND]


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