Police release video showing the arrest of Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods was arrested early Monday morning in Florida and charged with driving under the influence.
The videos show Woods being questioned in his car, a portion of the field sobriety test, and later being placed in handcuffs.
This video appears to show a barefooted Woods struggling to keep his balance while walking a line. The police report described Woods during this test as "missed his heel to toe each time. Stepped off line several times. Used arms for balance. Did not return."
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Here is a longer video showing the officers speaking to Woods while still in his car. The dialogue appears consistent with the arrest reports which were released earlier. The first officer on the scene described Woods as "cooperative," but said his speech was "slow and slurred" and "hard to keep eyes open."
Here is video of Woods being administered the "finger to nose" test, via Golf.com. According to Jupiter police, Woods "was swaying throughout the instructions of the task... lost his balance and stepped forward making a movement as if he was going to fall. [two officers] moved towards Woods to ensure he did not fall over."
At the 8:42 mark of this video, Woods can be seen being placed in handcuffs.
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