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>> A police report released Tuesday of Tiger Woods' DUI arrest in Florida saying he was, quote, asleep at the wheel and had to be woken up. Woods also did not know where he was. Officers who found Woods' black Mercedes stopped on the road with the engine running described his speech as extremely slow and slurred.
While Woods failed a roadside sobriety test, breath and urine tests showed no alcohol in his system. The former golfing phenom blaming prescription drugs, saying in a statement on Monday, quote, what happened was an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications. I didn't realize the mix of medications had affected me so strongly.
Woods' arrest occurred near his Jupiter Island home in Florida early Monday morning, less that a week after he seemed optimistic about his future in golf following back surgery. Saying on his website he had not, quote, felt this good in years. The 41 year old apologizing for the incident saying, quote, I expect more from myself too.
And I will do everything in my power to ensure this never happens again. Woods has struggled since his personal life began unraveling in 2009 with a sex scandal that ended his marriage and cost him a number of lucrative endorsement deals. Despite being side-lined with injuries and a world ranking that's plummeted from number 1 to number 876, Woods' still ranked 12th, on Forbes 2016 highest paid athletes list.
Taking in more than $45 million thanks to remaining sponsors Nike, Bridgestone, and Monster Energy drinks.