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Image via The Score.
Celebrity super couple Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn stepped out Monday night to attend the 2013 Met Gala, and while the pair looked stunning all gussied up for the classy outing, Woods decided that swanky event or not, he was going to get his drink on. And apparently his Olympic champion paramour was none too impressed with her golf pro beau’s drunken shenanigans.
From US Weekly…
Looking stunning in a long white dress with high see-through slits in the front, the blonde ski champ, 28, confidently steered her golfer beau, 37, through the formidable crowd.
“Tiger looked uncomfortable,” an onlooker at the Boom Boom Room says. The twosome checked out the Manhattan skyline (with a tux-clad Woods embracing Vonn from behind) and then took their seats, where they chatted, drank, held hands and kissed for much the night. At one point in the evening, the once-divorced golfer got up to dance awkwardly, bopping from side to side and grabbing Vonn’s butt affectionately as she giggled.
When it was time to go, around 2 a.m., a seemingly tipsy Woods fell while walking up a small flight of stairs — and didn’t move from the spot until Vonn, clenching her teeth and looking embarrassed, helped him up and guided him (swaying a bit as he walked) to the exit, according to a witness.
The Superficial has a ton more pictures of a smashed Tiger Woods, so go there and check them out. The hilarity of it all is priceless.
So the guy had a little too much to drink…maybe that’s Tiger’s way of coping with uncomfortable social situations. Wasted or not, he still got to go home with Lindsey Vonn and that’s never a bad thing. Although his reaction to ingesting too much alcohol, besides not being able to control his facial muscles when smiling, might be the same problem that affects millions of men who’ve had too much to drink and are expected to “perform” in the bedroom…the dreaded “Whiskey Dick” phenomenon. How else to explain Woods’ face in this pic (once again via The Score)…
That right there is the look of a man in an alcohol-induced haze desperately trying to remember where he keeps his Viagara.
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