REHAB CLINIC TROTS OUT TIGER LOOK-A-LIKE – BUT NOBODY's FOOLED!

Published on: January 22, 2010
REHAB CLINIC TROTS OUT TIGER LOOK-A-LIKE – BUT NOBODY's FOOLED!

In a laughable effort to cover up Tiger Woods' stay in a sexual addiction clinic, a Tiger lookalike was trotted out in front of a group of paparazzi at the Gentle Path rehab center Friday in Hattiesburg, Miss. The bizarre  and ridiculous ruse was a clear attempt to make it look like The ENQUIRER's exclusive photo of Tiger in rehab is not him. 

And even though one photo agency Web site fell for it immediately, the differences between the two Tigers ARE obvious to even a casual observer.

Tiger's stand-in was paraded in front of a swarm of photographers and he was wearing EXACTLY the same clothing as the real Tiger when we photographed him days ago.

We're pretty sure the clinic makes them change their clothes.

Would-be Tiger clearly has a different build, is taller, lighter skinned and has a rounder face. 

The Tiger imposter wears his socks much higher than Real Tiger, who wears only ankle socks, not only in The Enquirer photo but on a regular basis.

Magnification of the photos also shows the two men have distinctly different noses, to the point where any comparison is a joke.

Fake Tiger also has much longer arms, is stockier than Real Tiger who, while muscular, is far more lean.

Fake Tiger is clean shaven, which could simply be explained by saying Tiger shaved. What can't be explained however, is that Tiger seems to have faded in just a matter of days. Fake Tiger's skin is much lighter than Real Tiger.

Fake Tiger's legs are also much hairier than Real Tiger.

Fake Tiger is even outfitted with Stanford baseball cap (Real Tiger went to Stanford).

So kudos to whoever dreamed up the idea of Fake Tiger, but as you can tell by reading this, it's the details that count. Plus we're willing to bet everything that Fake Tiger can't break par.

 Tiger's reps have not denied that it is the Real Tiger in The ENQUIRER's exclusive photos of the golf great in rehab.