In the video, an officer in Jupiter tells Woods his shoe is untied.
His police report, obtained and published by several media outlets, said Woods was "co-operative" and "confused" when found by police, with "extremely slow and slurred speech". His words are mumbled and his eyes remain closed most of the time.
Woods said he suffered an unexpected reaction to medication, and Kaymer believes the only thing the American needs right now is help, not condemnation. His urine sample results have not been released.
Woods, who blames the incident on a reaction to prescription drugs, then says he doesn't remember what happened or being asleep in his auto.
The Jupiter Police Department released video Friday of Woods' breathalyzer test, which he took around 4:30 a.m. -- a little more than two hours after police had found him sleeping at the wheel of his 2015 Mercedes-Benz on the side of the road.
"What happened to the young man we all thought we knew.Where has he gone?" asked USA Today columnist Christine Brennan, contrasting the mugshot with an image of Woods from one of his most famous victories, winning the Masters in 1997 at the age of 21.
During the jail video released by the sheriff's office, he exhibits much of the same behavior.
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When it's over, Woods seems baffled by the contraption holding his wrists together behind his back.
He is barefoot, swaying and struggles to take a breathalyser test.
The golf icon still manages to get a laugh from officers even though he slurs his words and finds it hard to follow instructions following his DUI arrest. Why don't you try to do the opposite and help him now in the way he inspired us?.
The operator whistles at the befuddled golf star to try to get his attention.
As he waits to take the second test, he attempts to stay steady on his feet, then walks over to the officers.
He told the officers he had not been drinking and two breath tests registered zero.
The authorities giggle and say they'll take them off in a few minutes.