Tiger Woods Dui arrest details that are coming to light claim that the pro golfer, who was busted for DUI on Memorial Day morning was asleep behind the wheel of his Mercedes when Jupiter police officers arrived.

Tiger Woods found by police sleeping in running car.

Woods was arrested eight miles from his home on Monday morning according to TMZ, who reports they have obtained details from Tiger's arrest report that state Tiger was behind the wheel, motor running and fallen asleep. Arresting officers stated Tiger Woods' speech was slow and slurred at the time of his arrest. When asked where he was coming from Tiger reportedly told the Florida PD that he was on his way back from Los Angeles from a golf outing.

Woods claims alcohol was not to blame for DUI arrest.

However, just moments later Tiger changed his story up telling the police that he did not know where he was. The Jupiter PD administered a field sobriety test to Wood, which he failed immediately. The golfer had great difficulty standing on one leg, and touching his nose. When asked if he understood the Romberg alphabet test, Tiger responded by saying yes, "recite the entire National Anthem backward."

Tiger was arrested and taken to a nearby jail where he was then asked to take a breathalyzer test but blew a zero. The arrest reports state that Woods attempted to be cooperative, but was described as "droopy, extremely sleepy, had a difficult time keeping his eyes open and walking."

It also reveals that Tiger agreed to take a urine test, the results of which were not immediately available.

Toxicology tests can take several weeks to process. Woods has since come forward publicly stating that he was accepting full responsibility for his actions, explaining that he had an "unexpected reaction to prescribed medications."

"I didn't realize the mix of medications affected me so strongly." Woods said he apologized “with all my heart” to “my family, friends and the fans.

I expect more from myself too. I will do everything in my power to ensure this never happens again.”

Tiger Woods' arrest report lists that Tiger has undergone four knee surgeries and 4 Achilles operations. It was also listed that he has been prescribed four drugs which include Solarex. Vicodin, Torix and Vioxx.

Torix and Vioxx are listed as anti-inflammatory medications and Vicodin is a pain medication.

Tiger Woods was charged with DUI and cited for improper stopping, standing or parking in an illegal place, according to Palm Beach County court records. Tiger Woods is scheduled to appear in court for an arraignment hearing July 5 before Judge Sandra Bosso-Pardo, according to court records.

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