Politics Never Better: Conservative candidate Jerry Bance caught in CBC sting urinating in homeowner’s coffee mug
Canada is in the midst of a federal election campaign but apparently suffering from Trump envy. Not to be outdone, a Conservative Party (the current ruling party) candidate managed to get himself on film peeing into a client’s coffee cup and pouring it into the kitchen sink.
“I deeply regret my actions on that day,” says the candidate now.
Something NC could not resist.
And there is an absolutely hilarious Twitter thing going on at #peegate.
CBC Television has the video and a story here. But we also have the video above. Click to watch.
Conservative candidate Jerry Bance was caught on CBC-TV’s Marketplace in 2012 urinating in a homeowner’s coffee mug and dumping the contents into the sink.
Bance, the Conservative candidate for the battleground Toronto riding of Scarborough Rouge Park, has been a service technician for the last 25 years. He owns and operates XPress Appliance Service, an appliance repair company in the Greater Toronto Area.
Read and watch the rest @CBC: ‘I deeply regret my actions on that day’