Video shows Tiger Woods performing 2 breath tests at jail

Posted June 05, 2017

According to new footage obtained by CBS Sports, almost two and a half hours after he was found asleep at the wheel of his Mercedes, it was clear that Woods wasn't entirely with it.

Woods mumbles responses to an officer's questions, describing his hair as "mostly brown and fading".

Tiger failed the field sobriety test, including the one-leg stand and nose touch.

In the video, an official is seen administering a breathalyzer exam to Woods.

Former NBA star and media personality Charles Barkley has a problem with how golfing great Jack Nicklaus responded to Tiger Woods' recent arrest on suspicion of DUI in Jupiter, Fla., according to the Bleacher Report.

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In the footage released Friday by the Jupiter Police Department, Woods appears to be having a hard time with the device, which determines the amount of alcohol in a person's body by analyzing a puff of their breath. Woods's speech was slow, and a female officer had to walk him to a chair to sit down. The footage was recorded early Monday by cameras mo... The incident occurred after Woods reportedly suffered adverse effects from a "mix of medication", though it's unclear what he took before getting behind the wheel.

Woods, whose current sponsors include Nike, Bridgestone, Hero, Kowa, Upper Deck, and Monster Energy, was ranked 12th on Forbes' list of the highest paid athletes in 2016, with total earnings of $45.3 million despite missing much of the year recovering from back surgery.

In a statement after his arrest, the golfer said: "I want the public to know that alcohol was not involved. What happened was an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications". I would like to apologize with all my heart to my family, friends and the fans.

Kaymer added: "I find it so nasty that people just kick him down, or kick him while he's already on the floor, and at the end of the day, it's just using someone else for your own sadness".