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Rob Ford photographed with Hells Angels

Rob Ford's troubles in front of the camera continue to rumble on. A picture showing the mayor posing with three Hells Angels has surfaced on the motorcycle club's website.

The picture was taken at last weekend's Buffalo Bills game and shows Ford with his arms around "Nick" and "Adam" from Westridge, Alta. and "Cory" from the Toronto chapter. Nick appears to be wearing a Hells Angel neck chain.

"I took probably close to 1,000 pictures," Ford said at City Hall this morning. "I don't check for people's credentials and ask for resumes before I take a picture ... I wasn't aware I was taking a picture with a Hells Angel."

The photo joins two other notorious pictures of Toronto's mayor. There was the time he posed with a uniformed neo-Nazi at his annual New Year's Levee and the infamous picture he took with subsequent murder victim Anthony Smith, Muhammad Khattak, and Monir Kassim.

Former mayor Mel Lastman was famously criticized for showing up at a Hells Angels meeting and shaking hands with one of the club's members.

Is Rob Ford to blame on this one?

Chris Bateman is a staff writer at blogTO. Follow him on Twitter at @chrisbateman.


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