The realtor tasked with promoting Doug Ford’s Etobicoke house is being compelled to vary her advertising techniques after utilizing the premier’s title and picture with out permission.
Realtor Monica Thapar publicized her high-profile itemizing this week, distributing flyers that learn, “We JUST LISTED Premier Doug Ford’s dwelling in Princess Anne Manor!”
The flyer features a picture of the Ford dwelling and an image of the premiere and his spouse, Karla, signing paperwork at a eating desk.
Nevertheless, a spokesperson for Ford informed Each day Hive that the premiere “didn’t authorize the advert and has instructed the actual property agent to take away it instantly.”
The house has not but been listed on MLS, though an indication on the property reads that it’s “coming quickly.”
@FunkyTboney I do know you simply purchased a home in Etobicoke, however possibly you’d desire Doug Ford’s newly listed home? It would not really seem like listed… However at very least, you’ll now obtain a excessive quantity of those flyers as an Etobicoke resident. Welcome! pic.twitter.com/PQcTgqhD8E
— khaki snacks (@khakisnack) June 28, 2022
Photos of the flyer have been circulating on social media, with many Ontario residents taking goal at each its design and Ford himself.
One Redditor wrote, “There could possibly be cocain [sic] and money hidden within the partitions.” Whereas one other mentioned the font was paying homage to that used for a “10-year-old’s birthday invitation.” A 3rd lamented over the “horrible photoshop.”
The Ford household dwelling has often been focused by anti-mask and anti-vaccine protestors during the last two years.