According to the Canadian Press, the mayor of Calgary will a have a friendly bet with the mayor of Toronto when the Calgary Stampeders meet the Toronto Argonauts for the 100th Grey Cup in Toronto on Sunday.
On Monday, Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi proposed a bet to Toronto mayor Rob Ford. Whoever loses the bet will need to donate his individual weight in food to the winning city’s food bank and the loser must also wear the winning Grey Cup team’s jersey in a city council meeting.
Nenshi proposed the bet on Twitter, and Ford accepted.
Ford played high school football at Scarlett Heights Entrepreneurial Academy in Toronto and has coached the Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School since 2001. Ford’s niece Krista was a former captain of the Toronto Triumph of the Lingerie Football League and the club’s marketing manager.