Tiger Woods blames bad reaction to prescription drugs for arrest

The golf superstar says alcohol wasn't a factor in his arrest in Florida for driving under the influence. Tiger Woods has apologised to fans after the incident, which he says was caused by a bad reaction to prescription drugs.

    The golf superstar says alcohol wasn't a factor in his arrest in Florida for driving under the influence.

     

    Tiger Woods has apologised to fans after the incident, which he says was caused by a bad reaction to prescription drugs.

     

    Al Jazeera's Tatiana Sanchez reports.


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