Woods was confused but cooperative when he was taken into custody, on suspicion of DUI, according to a probable cause affidavit. "I expect more from myself too". However, he remains standing, wobbling, then leaning against a wall for support.
He appears to have trouble with his breathalyzer test, apparently sucking air in when he was supposed to blow out.
The incident occurred less than a week after Woods expressed optimism about his future following back surgery, saying on his website that he experienced "instant relief" and had not "felt this good in years".
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"I can't unlock my two bracelets", Woods says of the handcuffs. She repeatedly tells him to keep blowing.
In the video, an official is seen administering a breathalyzer exam to Woods.
A male officer can be heard asking Woods if he will submit to a urine test for controlled or chemical substances, to which he agrees.
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He said: "I thought at first it was fireworks then I recognised it was significant gunfire and that was the first instance". They reportedly attacked pedestrians on the street, and stormed into a nearby restaurant, attacking patrons and staff.
Late Thursday, more video surfaced of Woods in lock-up, struggling to take a breathalyzer test.
Slurring his words as he tried to answer questions from police, Tiger could barely stand up and kept weaving and bobbing, failing to walk a straight line barefoot after removing his sneakers.
An earlier video released by cops showed Woods outside his vehicle and unsteady on his feet as police had him walk a straight line.
The 41-year-old golfer had to be woken up by an officer and stated that he did not know where he was after first claiming he had driven from California.
The German posted a video of himself on Twitter in which he said: "A lot of people know what happened to Tiger Woods the last few days, few weeks and there are so many comments, so many opinions, they're so unfair and very disrespectful in my opinion".
Tiger Woods stands between two police officers in Jupiter.
Both tires on the driver's side of Woods's Mercedes were flat at the time of his arrest, and there was damage to the front and rear bumpers.