On Sunday, hundreds of thousands of people in Atlantic Canada were still without electricity, caused by Hurricane Fiona, which had destroyed homes and closed roads across the region.
While many Canadians were struggling and still coping with the damage caused by the hurricane, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a day off and went bungee jumping over the weekend at Great Canadian Bungee. He wasn’t doing disaster relief either.
According to the bungee website, Jump, HD video (of jump), and T-Shirt (Classic) cost $200.04.
Great Canadian Bungee wrote on their social media account, “You never know who you will encounter on the bungee tower at Great Canadian Bungee! Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came to jump this morning with his son Xavier and daughter Ella-Grace. Props to them on some fantastic jumps and even some water dips!”
Watch the video below:
While Canadians struggle to make ends meet, Justin Trudeau went bungee jumping. pic.twitter.com/TnXA7rXpBS
— Harrison Faulkner (@Harry__Faulkner) October 3, 2022
Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is a constant public embarrassment.
While in London last month to attend the burial of Queen Elizabeth II, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was spotted performing a drunken rendition of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” to a small crowd of bystanders.
Trudeau is celebrating his accession as Queen of Canada by drunkenly singing for an audience at the funeral of his predecessor. Classy. pic.twitter.com/kpXTPcQ71f
— Keean Bexte (@TheRealKeean) September 19, 2022