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People in Toronto looking for a good time got Doug Ford instead. There may be a few frustrated young people out there who thought they were going to get lucky but got Doug Ford's constituency office instead. A poster stuck to a pole at Logan Avenue and Queen Street East in Leslieville suggested a single, divorced year-old woman who "loves to work out" but perhaps doesn't have time to date was seeking "single fit men" aged 18 to A passerby took a photo of the poster on June 15 and showed the photo to a small gathering, Leslieville resident Diane Walton tells blogTO.
Thinking other people might find the prank funny, Walton posted it to her neighbourhood Facebook group, I am a Leslievillian! The post was also copied to the Weird Toronto Facebook group where even more people commented. If Ford's office is getting more than the usual of calls, they aren't saying anything about it.
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They did and to the group's surprise, the voice message was for the Ford office. This poster was spotted in Leslieville on June Andrew Redlich photo "I don't know who did it but it was hilarious," she says. The on the tabs is actually for Doug Ford's office. One person noticed tabs were ripped off the poster.
And even more people tried the. Lead photo by Andrew Redlich.
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