Tiger Woods was arrested Monday morning and charged with a DUI in Jupiter, Fla. The police report for Woods’s arrest noted that the golfer was found asleep in his car, which was parked in a bike lane, with the brake lights on and a turn signal flashing. Officers reported that Woods exhibited slurred speech and said that he was headed to L.A. before being reminded that he was in Florida. Woods also had some trouble passing sobriety tests and admitted to taking medication before driving.
Jupiter police released two videos of Woods’s arrest this evening. They total around three hours of footage and they show police finding Woods’s car parked in the bike lane then administering sobriety tests. Woods clearly appears to be stumbling and slurring and has trouble following instructions.
After he was initially approached by police asleep behind the wheel of his car, Woods was asked where he was going. “L.A.,” he responded.
After leaving the car, an officer asks Woods if he knows where he was coming from. He answers Jupiter, then says that he doesn’t know where he was going. He insists that he hadn’t been drinking, but says he had taken medication (police redacted the names) and that he doesn’t remember being pulled over.
He took another sobriety test, and was asked to track a light with his eyes.
Woods then struggled to recite the alphabet before he was handcuffed and arrested.
Update, 8:29 p.m. EDT: The Jupiter PD also included a handful of photos of Woods’s damaged car.
Update, 10:05 p.m. EDT: Since this article’s initial publication, we’ve substituted new videos from Jupiter police for the original TMZ embeds.