Give Rob Ford a break, folks.
Yes, the Toronto Mayor has admitted to smoking crack at some point in the fairly recent past, but he's just as curious as everyone else to see the video that depicts this event.
Because he was too wasted to remember it!
"I was very, very inebriated" at the time, Ford told Matt Lauer this morning on Today, adding that he's "very fortunate" his city was not hit with a terrorist attack during one of his substance abuse binges.
Ford was stripped of his legislative powers Monday, but not before actually running into a city councilwoman and knocking her to the ground.
It was the latest in a string of bizarre acts that all make Anthony Weiner look like a responsible public servant.
But Ford told Lauer he will not resign and also shot down talk that he has a driving of drug problem ("I have a weight issue," he admitted).
“We’ve all made mistakes, Matt," Ford said. "I’m not perfect. Maybe you are. Maybe other people are. I’ve made mistakes - I admitted to my mistakes.”
The ones he can remember when sober, that is.