Tiger Woods: Former world primary arrested on suspicion of drink-driving, police affirm


Tiger Woods was arrested within the early hours of Monday morning on suspicion of drink-driving, police have confirmed.

The previous world primary, 41, was taken into custody at 7.18am near Jupiter Island, Florida, close to his dwelling, after being arrested at round 3am.

He was then launched from Palm Seashore County Jail at 10.30am. A mugshot reveals him wanting drained and unshaven.

A spokesperson for the Jupiter Police Division informed Press Affiliation Sport: “He was arrested for suspicion of DUI at around 3am, and transported to the Palm Beach County Jail. He is no longer at the jail.”