Photo gallery: Less than great moments in Ford history - Macleans.ca
 

Photo gallery: Less than great moments in Ford history

Regrets? Perhaps a few — to judge by the photo file


 

Six words after six months of denial: “Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine.”

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said as much to reporters at city hall on Tuesday morning. “But am I an addict? No.”

Well, whatever. Much talk in Toronto of a city’s shame, its reputation and so on. As the story continues to develop, a quick look back at the Ford photo file:

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is shown in a video still first published on the U.S. website Gawker on May 16, 2013. The website reported on a video its editor viewed that is alleged to show Ford smoking crack cocaine. Ford called the allegation ridiculous. (Gawker/CP)

Rob Ford is seen in this mug shot taken following his 1999 arrest by the Miami-Dade Police Department. (CP/Miami-Dade Police Department)

Weight challenge image: No thanks: Ford ignored offers of vegan food from PETA during his weight-loss publicity stunt in 2012. (Pawel Dwulit/Toronto Star via Getty)

Mayor Rob Ford returns to university court house after lunch break accompanied by court officers on Sept. 5, 2012. (Colin McConnell/Toronto Star via Getty)

Rob Ford has a phone conversation while putting magnets on cars outside the Church on the Queensway on May 14, 2013. (Daniel Dale/Toronto Star/Getty)

Ford was accused of groping former Toronto mayoral candidate Sarah Thomson in March 2013. (Daniel Dale/Toronto Star/Getty)

Ford hot-rodding it down the Gardiner: Ford was photographed reading while driving on Toronto’s Gardiner Expressway; he eschews a driver.

Falling, Fumbling Ford: Not so nimble: Football coach Ford takes a tumble during a Grey Cup photo op. (Daniel Dale/Toronto Star/Getty)


 

Photo gallery: Less than great moments in Ford history

  1. i said to carol off by email when ford was elected as mayor that he’d go up in flames. he was invited to talk to cbc host but the guy said he had to coach his football team.