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30 of May, 10:43

Tiger woods was arrested for drunk driving
Athlete tiger woods, who was arrested memorial Day in Florida on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, stated that this was "an unexpected reaction to prescribed medication".

Woods, currently recovering from surgery to the back, he submitted a statement to the media. He said the mixture of drugs "has greatly influenced me." "I understand the seriousness of what I did and I take full responsibility for their actions," said woods, according to reports.

Woods was arrested about 3 a.m., reported the press-Secretary of police Christine Preisler. He was taken to a local jail and released after a few hours, according to online records of the County Sheriff's office palm beach. It is unclear what was the result of alcohol or drugs. Also it is not known whether woods is the only person in the car. The arrest report is unavailable. In its statement, the golfer apologized to the family, friends and fans. "I will do everything in my power to never let this happen again".

Woods has won 14 major tournaments and recently expressed a desire to continue to play Golf professionally, despite a recent history of injuries. His last operation - the fourth in 2014 - was just a month ago when he underwent back surgery. "Right now, my only focus is rehabilitation and what I'm told the doctors," he wrote. "I focus on short-term goals.

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