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Here's A Video Of Rob Ford Using A Jamaican Curse Word At A Fast Food Restaurant

Did he just say "bumbaclot"? UPDATE: Ford admitted to reporters he was drinking last night with some friends but said he hadn't used other drugs.

Posted on January 21, 2014, at 3:49 p.m. ET

In a new video posted on YouTube Tuesday, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford appears to be intoxicated at a fast-food restaurant while talking in a Jamaican accent and repeating a Jamaican curse word.

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Ford is seeking reelection in 2014.

Here's a rotated version of the video:

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YouTube user "Toronto TheCity," who posted the video, claims it was filmed sometime on Monday. You can hear a fellow patron say, "All we know is we got the best mayor in the world."

Update: When questioned by reporters, Rob Ford admitted he was drinking with friends last night, but said he hadn't used other drugs.

Ford said that it shouldn't concern anyone because it was on his "own time."

"What I do with my personal life and my personal friends, that's up to me," he told reporters, according to an audio clip from the Toronto Star.

Ford added that he didn't think what he said was offensive.

"I said I was there, I had met some friends. If I speak that way that's how I speak with some of my friends," Ford said. "I don't think it's discriminative at all."

Listen to Ford answer questions from reporters here:

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