Former Toronto mayor Rob Ford is auctioning off some keepsakes from his tumultuous run in the Canadian city's top office including the NFL logo tie he wore while talking to the press about his drug use.

By Extra Mustard
February 26, 2015

Former Toronto mayor Rob Ford is auctioning off some keepsakes from his tumultuous run in the Canadian city's top office, including the NFL logo tie he wore while talking to the press about his drug use.

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The mayor was known to be a big football fan, and is also auctioning off a Saskatchewan Roughriders jersey with "Mayor Ford" written on the name plate.

The highest bid for the tie currently sits at $1,700, while the Roughriders jersey will set you back at least $980 as of Thursday morning.

Ford withdrew from the mayoral race in September after he was diagnosed with liposarcoma, but won back his old City Council seat in the 2014 elections.

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Ten percent of proceeds from the auctions will be given to Facilities researching liposarcoma, according to Ford.

Brendan Maloy

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