Eight weeks after he was last seen in public, bleeding and hospital-bound after bouncing a car off a tree, there’s finally been a Tiger Woods sighting.
The National Enquirer acquired and circulated on Wednesday a sequence of photos purportedly shot at a Mississippi clinic, where Woods is said to be undergoing counseling for sexual addiction.
The series of photos, said to have been taken outside a Hattiesburg clinic, are fuzzy and somewhat indistinct, but appear to be the world’s No. 1 golfer, who has been in hiding since news of more than a dozen extramarital affairs became one of the biggest scandals in sports history.
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In keeping with the mystery surrounding the entire Woods scenario, the photos have a certain Yeti quality, as the shrouded subject in question looks in the general direction of the photographer and keeps on moving. The photos have slightly better resolution that the Loch Ness Monster shots from Scotland.
Woods, if it’s indeed him, has a hooded sweatshirt pulled over his head, is wearing a ballcap and shorts, and appears to have a cup of coffee in hand. He was spotted outside one of the clinic’s private rooms, the report says.
The celebrity website RadarOnline has claimed for several days that Woods is being treated at the clinic, “which features a sexual addiction program created by Dr. Patrick Carnes, who has pioneered treatment for sexually compulsive behavior.”