Shirtless jogger who hassled Mayor Ford unrepentant

East York resident Joe Killoran confronted Toronto Mayor Rob Ford durring the East York Canada Day...

East York resident Joe Killoran confronted Toronto Mayor Rob Ford durring the East York Canada Day Parade. (Jack Boland/QMI Agency)

Don Peat, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:40 AM ET

TORONTO -- The shirtless jogger who confronted Rob Ford brushed off Doug Ford's attacks on Wednesday and repeated his call for the mayor to address the unanswered questions swirling around him.

Doug Ford came out slamming teacher Joe Killoran who confronted Mayor Rob Ford on Tuesday when he spotted him at the East York Canada Day parade.

Killoran was out for a run with his shirt off when he saw the mayor and demanded answers.

Described at first as "the shirtless jogger," Killoran quickly became a social media darling on Canada Day as Ford's foes applauded him on Twitter for questioning the embattled mayor.

But the mayor's brother and campaign manager was no fan of the encounter and slammed the outspoken jogger at City Hall again on Wednesday.

"I wouldn't let him teach my dog," Doug Ford said. "The way he was acting he needs anger management."

Ford -- who was at the parade with the mayor -- claimed Killoran "thought he was the Hulk."

"He's a teacher? You've got to be kidding. I wouldn't let my dog learn anything off this person and I question his credibility," he said.

Killoran dismissed Ford's comments.

"Even if Doug's insults about me were correct, Torontonians would still want answers to my questions," Killoran told QMI Agency in an e-mail Wednesday.


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