Al Pacino Spotted Hanging Out With Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre

We really do have the coolest Mayor.
Al Pacino Spotted Hanging Out With Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre

Denis Coderre's Facebook page is looking a little cooler lately and it may have something to do with his new Facebook cover photo. Our beloved mayor is proudly shaking hands with a crazy homeless guy. No wait, that's Al Pacino!

The famous actor was meeting with the mayor because there was a rat in the organization and they needed to figure out who it was. Supposedly the mayor was overheard saying: "You want me to believe Omar was a stoolie because Sosa said so?" Then part of the conversation was inaudible, and Al Pacino ended by saying: "F-ck Caspar Gomez!" whoever that is.

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