Long term golf champion, Tiger Woods, was found asleep at the wheel around 2 in the morning on Memorial Day. When the cops found him 8 miles away from his home in South Florida, he was soon arrested for being caught with multiple drugs in his system.
A police report from TMZ sports listed four drugs that were found: Vicodin, Solarex, Vioxx, and Torix. The report also states that Woods was in his 2015 Mercedes sleeping with the motor running and right blinker flashing. Woods had slurred his words and his speech was incomprehensible. Cops said he was not in an appropriate mental state.
In a statement released on Monday, the long term golf champion claims he had an "unexpected reaction" to his medications, which led him to act out. He also added, "I didn't realize the mix of medications affected me so badly."
Woods allegedly told the police that he was coming from "Los Angeles, Cali. and was golfing." He could not even stand up straight or even touch his nose. The report also says that Woods was unable to recite the Romberg alphabet. When asked to recite it, he responded with, "yes, recite the national anthem backwards."
Shortly after, he was taken to a testing facility where he was asked to take two breathalyzer tests and scored .000 on both. The tests reported that although he was cooperative, he was also "very drowsy, hard to watch, and could not even walk."
Woods was arrested around 3 a.m. on Monday and failed several roadside tests. He is expected in court in July.