At least Tiger Woods has the FDA on his side. A 9 News investigation revealed that the Food and Drug Administration's Office of Criminal Investigation's is looking to find out who is responsible for a series of phony Gatorade bottles that have appeared in Denver area grocery stores. The knock-off bottles have a picture of beleaguered golfer Tiger Woods and his wife, Elin Nordegren, with whom he has separated after a much-publicized series of affairs. The word 'unfaithful' appears above the couple. Gatorade spokeswoman Karen May confirmed to the AP that the company did not produce the labels, but declined to say whether the bottles contained real Gatorade. Company reps have removed them from store shelves throughout the area
The FDA is calling the phony bottles "and isolated incident."
Watch the 9 News Report below: