That was my first thought as well. The whole thing about the police giving him ten minutes to pack, then dropping him off somewhere in the city is a bunch of BS. When the cops show up on a domestic violence call, you either get arrested or you don't get arrested. If they have no probable cause to arrest you, they can't force you into a squad car and drop you off in the middle of nowhere against your will - that's called kidnapping and false imprisonment. If that had been the case, this show wouldn't be happening because he'd be a multi-millionaire living in a mansion from the proceeds of the resulting lawsuit against the city, instead of a homeless man living "in the pipes".
Actually if she was the owner of the house, which it sounds like she was, the cops will remove him and he is lucky they gave him ten minuites. This happens more often than you think, an aquaintance of mine had a large fight with his live in girl friend, she refused to leave even though it was his house. Cops came in gave her a few minutes to collect her things and took her to a friends house.
To me the guy seems to be an excuse maker. I would've, should've, could've, but this happened or this person prevented me from doing it. One of the lines in the show, a guy telss him that he has become comfortable with the homeless lifestyle. I know lots of college golfers that lived out of their car, when trying to make it on the mini-tours. This guy is a whiner and an exuse maker. He said that his putting let him down in his previous attempts at Q-School, lets see how much he gets in the groove putting in a tube.
BTW - His swing did not look all that good either.