POLITICS
10/03/2011 03:07 EDT | Updated 12/03/2011 05:12 EST

PC leader ponders meaning of double-double at Tim Hortons stop near Chatham

BLENHEIM, Ont. - Talk about a double-double.

Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak was on a campaign swing through southwestern Ontario on Monday when he stopped at a Tim Hortons in Blenheim, near Chatham.

While chatting with customers at the doughnut shop, Hudak ran into a another guy named Tim — Tim Hall.

Hudak, sipping his coffee, was quick to make a joke about how the two Tims met at Tim's.

He then posed for pictures with Hall and with Rick Nicholls, who is the PC candidate for the Chatham-Kent-Essex riding.

Hudak chatted with other supporters outside the shop but seemed especially charmed by a youngster named Eli, who was dressed in a tiger costume as he sat in his stroller.