On Tuesday morning, some enterprising fellow uploaded a video of a newly-unsober Toronto Mayor Rob Ford drunkenly stumbling around a Canadian fast-food restaurant called Steak Queen (YEAH WE KNOW), slurring in a Jamaican patois, and threatening…someone.
Here’s the transcript of his gobbledegook, allegedly filmed between Monday night and Tuesday morning, according to the New York Daily News:
“C—-sucker,” the mayor says at the start of the one minute, six second clip. “I haven’t seen Chief [Bill] Blair in a month.”
“They chase me around like five months, probably,” the rambling mayor continues. “And he try to tell me … we’re countersurveilling the guy, you know what I mean? He’s hiding here, I’ma hiding here. F— that. How much money did that cost me?”
Much of the rest of the video is incoherent, except for when an unidentified man in a white T-shirt and jeans comes up and praises the mayor.
“All we know is we got the best mayor in the world,” the man says as he claps the rambling, gesturing mayor on the shoulder.
Thanks, Steak Queen, for hosting this thing of beauty. (Also, for being called “Steak Queen.”)
[h/t New York Daily News]
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