Almost every time you see Mayor Rob Ford in the public, he's surrounded by a group of reporters, camera people and photographers.
Just like when Ford was trying to leave the Newstalk1010 studios on Sunday, after his weekly show.
So is it time for a paparazzi law?
One former high profile politician doesn't think so.
You'll remember the name Michael Bryant, as the man who was once the Attorney General of Ontario, and the man who was involved in an incident with a cyclist back in 2009, where Darcy Sheppard was killed.
Charges against Bryant were eventually dropped, but not before he faced his own media hordes on occasion.
He says the media needs the freedom to do their jobs, to dig up the details on the people who need to be held to account.
That being said, Bryant doesn't think it's ever okay for the media to be camped out in someone's driveway, as they've been doing with Mayor Rob Ford.
Bryant did say that most of this is a result of Ford's own doing. He suggests the Mayor hold regular press conferences, rather than shying away from reporters.
And he thinks the Mayor should have more people in his office to help with communication, and help make it easier for him to come and go. Bryant points to the Prime Minister who has a large staff to help him get around without being impeded.
When it comes to the Mayor's story, he says Ford should have known that when he joined public life, he left his privacy at the curb.