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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says he was very drunk in a video that surfaced Thursday. The clip posted by the Toronto Star shows ...
Ford using profane and threatening language, but the target of his wrath and the video's context is unclear.
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new video showing a visibly outraged Rob Ford in an expletive-laced tirade threatening to kill someone is extremely embarrassing, the embattled mayor said Thursday.As he has done previously, Ford told a crush of reporters outside his office he was drunk at the time, and called the outburst a mistake."Obviously, I was extremely, extremely inebriated," Ford said within minutes of the video being made public."I've made mistakes. I don't know what to say."The context of the video is unknown and it's unclear who the target of Ford's wrath is.The mayor called the video "extremely embarrassing" without explaining exactly why he was so enraged, although he said he didn't wish anyone to be in a similar state of intoxication."That's all I have to say for now," he said, before leaving.The video, which lasts little longer than one minute, shows Ford pacing around angrily in what appears to be a living room."I'm going to kill that f*ing guy. I'm telling you, it's first-degree murder," Ford rants."I'll fight him. No holds barred, brother. He dies or I die, brother."The mayor goes on to warn that he will rip out the person's throat and poke his eyes out."I need f*ing 10 minutes to make sure he's dead. It'll be over in five minutes.""I am a sick motherf*r, dude."The video — which appears to have been shot by cellphone — was posted by the Toronto Star and the Toronto Sun on their websites.