Cross-posted at Laugh!, the cool new humor and arts magazine.
Canadian doctor Anthony Galea has been arrested on charges of administering unlawful drugs, including providing human growth hormones and other drugs to professional athletes. One athlete that should be in the spotlight: Tiger Woods.
According to the UK Guardian, Woods has claimed that the only treatments he received in five meetings with Galea were for blood spinning, where a person's own blood is placed in a centrifuge and reinserted into the body, purportedly with greater healing properties.
But with an American media fixated on guilt and infidelity, I wonder if they'll find the time to do some proper digging to find out if the game's most popular golfer is a cheat, on top of everything else.