WATCH: Laura Stone recently sat down with former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and spoke to him about his addictions and his health. She describes the experience and their conversation. TORONTO – Rob Ford hobbles to the dark brown leather chair in his city hall office, overlooking the skaters at Nathan Phillips Square, just down the hall from the mayor’s quarters he once occupied. In his hand is a Molson Canadian schooner-sized pint glass, filled to the brim – with ice water.Still broad-shouldered and bulky, he’s not much for food these days, as evidenced by a tightly-wound belt around his lower waist. He takes only a Tim Hortons coffee for lunch.He doesn’t want to go out.