Martin Kaymer hits out at ‘nasty and disrespectful’ response to Tiger Woods after arrest


Former world primary Martin Kaymer has hit out on the “nasty and disrespectful” response to Tiger Woods’ arrest for driving below the affect.

Woods was arrested within the early hours of Monday morning close to his residence in Florida after being discovered asleep on the wheel of his automobile, the 41-year-old subsequently blaming his confused state on an ”surprising response” to a mixture of prescription medicines.

Jupiter Police Division launched dashboard footage of the previous world primary failing to move a sobriety check a brief drive from his residence.

Additional footage launched on Thursday exhibits the 14-time main winner slumped on a chair within the police station earlier than he takes a breathalyser check, which corroborated his declare that he didn’t have alcohol in his system.

German Kaymer posted a video of himself on Twitter on Thursday night by which he mentioned: “Lots of people know what occurred to Tiger Woods the previous couple of days, few weeks and there are such a lot of feedback, so many opinions, they’re so unfair and really disrespectful in my view.

“All people who’s concerned in golf was modified by his legacy, by his play, by so many issues that he has accomplished. He introduced cultures collectively, he made races, Afro People, really feel extra snug to play golf. He impressed youngsters, youngsters, he impressed type of like all of us.

“I discover it so nasty that individuals kick him whereas he is already on the ground and on the finish of the day it is simply utilizing another person to your personal unhappiness. 

“Sure, he is within the public eye, he is within the highlight lots, so after all folks will discuss him, however why being so nasty? Why do not you attempt to do the other and assist him now, the way in which he impressed us?

“That’s why we are where we are now, that’s why we can have what we have. He has a huge impact and my wish would be just stop being so nasty, try to help and we all want to see him be happier and hopefully one day to see him play golf again.”

Woods, who’s recovering from a fourth again operation since April 2014, apologised and mentioned he took ”full duty” for the incident.

”I would like the general public to know that alcohol was not concerned. What occurred was an surprising response to prescribed medicines,” he mentioned. ”I did not realise the combination of medicines had affected me so strongly.”

Woods is because of seem in courtroom in Palm Seashore County on July 5.

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