WTF?! When high profile people drop the F-bomb

Pope Francis, Justin Trudeau and Pat Martin. (QMI Agency,AFP photos)

Pope Francis, Justin Trudeau and Pat Martin. (QMI Agency,AFP photos)

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Several public figures have been caught using the F-word in public. Here's five of the most talked about moments.

Pope Francis

During a recent Sunday blessing, which he was giving in Italian, the Pope used the word “cazzo” (which means f***ing) instead of “caso” (which means example)

"If each one of us does not amass riches only for oneself, but half for the service of others, in this f*** [pause], in this case the providence of God will become visible through this gesture of solidarity."

Pat Martin, Manitoba MP

Pat Martin lit up twitter in Nov. 2011 when he sent out this tweet after the Conservative government ended debate on a bill to implement last spring's federal budget.

@PatMartinMP

This is a f***ing disgrace...closure again. And on the Budget! There’s not a democrcy in the world that would tolerate this jackboot s**t

Jennifer Lopez, American Idol judge

Just last week, J.Lo shot out an "f*** you" or "f*** off", but quick-thinking studio workers were swift enough to censor the moment. Harry Connick quipped back, "That's Jenny from the block!"

Dick Cheney, former U.S. Vice President

Back in 2004, Cheney allegedly complained to Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy about the senator's criticism of no-bid Iraq contracts to Halliburton, Cheney's former company.

Senator Leahy shot back about alleged administration's smears of Democrats. Cheney response to Leahy: "F*** yourself".

Pierre Trudeau, former Prime Minister

In 1971, Trudeau reportedly mouthed “f*** off” at opposition MPs across the aisle in the House of Commons. Pierre Trudeau later claimed the exact phrase he used was “fuddle duddle.”


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