Well, looks like this about wraps it up for Tiger Woods:
An Orange County Utilities manager told the Sentinel today his agency likely will bill the golfer about $600 for the expenses related to repairing the fire hydrant the pro-golfer struck.
It cost about $85 to pick up the damaged hydrant. And now there’s a work-order with the county for about $450 to repair and replace the hydrant.
No doubt Tiger will be too busy working double night-shifts at Winchell’s and/or take to driving a gypsy cab in vain hope of paying off these unbelievable debts. Thank you, Orlando Sentinel, for this sort of incisive, hard-hitting reportage. Truly a service to the Western World.
And, before you start feeling sorry for Tiger, get ready to feel really sorry for Tiger:
And eventually, the county will need to replace the sod around the hydrant.
Will it never end? Will we never let this poor man up? Hasn’t he suffered enough!?! I guess not, as the putative other-lady has this to say:
Although I’ve been romantically linked to a famous baseball player, a Broadway star, a musician, and various film and television actors, I will never kiss and tell
You stay classy, Orlando Sentinel.