Corpse Flower Blooms Hoffa

Geraldo Rivera at the Botanical Garden’s corpse flower.

The corpse flower, known for its pungent odor, has bloomed again for the first time in 80 years.

Fox News’ own Geraldo Rivera was on hand at the Botanical Gardens in NYC to reveal the corpse in the flower, Jimmy Hoffa.

“People wonder where the corpse flower gets its well-known stench and fitting name. Let me tell you,” said Rivera, “it’s not what the Garden says…”

Hoffa, known for his work with the Teamsters union, disappeared in 1975. His death certificate was issued seven years later.