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In Pictures: Ford bobbies prove popular again

The third edition of the Mayor Rob Ford bobbleheads went on sale this morning and had hundreds lining up to buy one. Proceeds from the sales go to Humber River Regional Hospital.

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford signs the third edition of "Robbie Bobbies" bobbleheads at his mother's home in Toronto on Monday, September 1, 2014. The bobbleheads sell for $30 each and have raised over $22,000 for charity.

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford signs the third edition of "Robbie Bobbies" bobbleheads at his mother's home in Toronto on Monday, September 1, 2014. The bobbleheads sell for $30 each and have raised over $22,000 for charity.

Michelle Siu/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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The third edition of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford bobbleheads are sold at the mayor's mother's home in Toronto on Monday, September 1, 2014. The bobbleheads sell for $30 each and have raised over $22,000 for charity.

Michelle Siu/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's six-year-old son Doug stands behind "Robbie Bobbies" bobbleheads as they are being signed by the mayor and sold in Toronto on Monday, September 1, 2014. The bobbleheads sell for $30 each and have raised over $22,000 for charity.

Michelle Siu/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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People line up to purchase the third edition of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford bobbleheads at the mayor's mother's home in Toronto on Monday, September 1, 2014. The bobbleheads sell for $30 each and have raised over $22,000 for charity.

Michelle Siu/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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People line up to purchase the third edition of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford bobbleheads at the mayor's mother's home in Toronto on Monday, September 1, 2014. The bobbleheads sell for $30 each and have raised over $22,000 for charity.

Michelle Siu/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford signs the third edition of "Robbie Bobbies" bobbleheads at his mother's home as his six-year-old son Doug looks on in Toronto on Monday, September 1, 2014. The bobbleheads sell for $30 each and have raised over$22,000 for charity.

Michelle Siu/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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