Toronto Mayor Rob Ford popped up on the streets of Midland, Ont. Friday and stopped to take pictures with residents.
According to the Midland Mirror a Wyevale, Ont. resident Kim Masin spotted Ford around 5 p.m. According to Masin, the mayor said he was just passing through. The mayor was being driven around in his car by a man identified as his counsellor from GreeneStone rehabilitation centre,
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During Masin's conversation with Ford he allegedly acknowledged that he’s been a “bad boy” who needs to “get myself straight in my personal life.”
The mayor also allegedly said he would spend 30 more days in the rehab facility.
GreenStone is located about an hour from Midland.
Last week, Ford was spotted outside of a bank in Bracebridge, and again, talking with locals and posing for photos.
Earlier this week, Ford's unmistakable black Escalade was impounded after a 36-year-old woman, Lee Anne McRobb, was charged with impaired driving in Bracebridge while behind the wheel of the vehicle.
McRobb claimed she was formerly in rehab with Ford but declined to comment further on her relationship with the Toronto mayor.