Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford this afternoon apologized for his behavior for the second time in two days, after admitting to buying illegal drugs while in office and denying allegations that he told a former staffer he wanted to engage in oral sex with her. Sporting a Canadian football jersey with "Mayor Ford" written on the back, he told reporters at Toronto's city hall this morning that claims in police documents were false. "It says that I wanted to eat her -----," he said on live TV. "I've never said that in my life to her," he added. "I would never do that. I'm happily married. I've got more than enough to eat at home." After appearing before city council while wearing the jersey, Ford changed into a suit and said at a news conference that he had used "unforgivable language" this morning. "Today, I acted on complete impulse in my remarks," he said. The comments come a day after Toronto police released details of interviews they held with former Ford staffers over the mayor's allegedly disruptive behavior. Ford has been dogged by controversy since video surfaced months ago of him allegedly smoking crack cocaine, to which he later admitted. He has refused to step down or, as the Toronto city council called on him to do yesterday, take a leave of absence.