Rob Ford Had Himself A Time At The NFL Game In Toronto


The human disaster that is Toronto Mayor Rob Ford gave us yet another hilarious escapade Sunday afternoon at the Buffalo Bills/Atlanta Falcons game in the Toronto Skydome. Ford rocked the Fred Jackson #22 jersey over a shirt and tie. That’s a classic look that only a true mayor can pull off.

But the fun didn’t end there. This wasn’t your run-of-the-mill NFL game. This was an NFL game with Rob Ford in attendance, so obviously there were some shenanigans. It wasn’t your typical, crack-smoking, “I have more than enough to eat at home” oral sex joking, Chris Farley-imitating Rob Ford that we’ve all gotten used to, but it was still pretty great.

Ford first showed up at the Skydome, surrounded by TV cameras and security, like a true boss player.

Then, ol’ Robby got himself into a bit of a seating situation involving Canadian rockstar (Editor’s note: Canadian rockstar is considered an insult in all English speaking countries, except Canada) Matt Mays, who was the lead singer for something called “El Torpedo,” because apparently “The Torpedo” just didn’t cut it. Well, now Mays is a solo artist and live-tweeted Ford’s hostile takeover of his seat.


Luckily, the situation was resolved.

But not before the honorable mayor got down with some chicken wings.

May he live for 10,000 years.


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Brian McGannon

What do I love? I love happy hour, a good golf tan, and getting moderately drunk during dinner.

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