Canadian PM Justin Trudeau photobombs Vancouver high school graduates

Aaron Brown
May 23, 2017

A lot of money, primping, and pressure only leads up to a few hours of dancing, so it's definitely a different sort of experience when Justin Trudeau (while taking a break from haunting Matthew Perry's nightmares) shows up.

"I always love to watch people's faces as they realise who just ran past, often several paces after he has passed", wrote Scotti on Instagram.

It was a pleasant punctuation mark to a Vancouver visit that included a roundtable talk at Electronic Arts, a meeting with the Filipino and Sikh communities and a sold-out Liberal fundraiser at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre.

Canadian teenagers get ready for prom just like American teenagers; they plan for months, get dressed up in gowns and suits, and take photos with their friends before dancing the night away. Adam Scotti posted this picture on Twitter with a caption, "Prom season in #Vancouver".

Here's one prom photo no one will be embarrassed to talk about years from now.

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Last August, Trudeau photobombed a couple's wedding photos.

"We were just taking photos and hanging around talking, and then Trudeau, he just comes running", Maragos said. Justin Trudeau, however, enjoys photobombing unsuspecting constituents in his spare time.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau poses for pictures with some high school students during a jogging stop in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on May 19, 2017.

The Canadian prime minister also made an accidental appearance in a wedding photo in British Columbia previous year.

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