Second batch of Robbie Bobbies go on sale Friday

A sample of the second edition of the Rob Ford bobblehead was revealed during the city council...

A sample of the second edition of the Rob Ford bobblehead was revealed during the city council meeting on Dec. 18, 2013. (Michael Peake/QMI Agency)

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, Last Updated: 4:54 PM ET

TORONTO - Just in time for Christmas.

Mayor Rob Ford’s office announced the second edition of the mayor’s bobbleheads — dubbed the Robbie Bobbie — will go on sale on Friday thanks to “popular demand.”

“I think it looks like me,” Ford said as he signed a batch of the bobbleheads Wednesday.

Ford’s office will be selling another 1,000 bobbleheads starting at noon in the City Hall rotunda. The bobbleheads will cost $20 and a one per person limit will be enforced.

The proceeds from the sale of the first edition raised $12,000 for the city’s United Way campaign. This round of bobbleheads will raise cash for the Canadian Cancer Society.

Ford said he chose the cancer charity because of his own family’s experience.


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