ArbroathA Texas entrepreneur is turning his bald head into a business by selling scalp space for advertisements. Brandon Chicotsky, 27, says he’s been flooded with inquiries since launching Bald Logo last month. For $320 a day, businesses pay him to hit the streets with their logo or brand name temporarily tattooed on his or a coworker’s head. “It’s a thrill because it truly garners attention,” Chicotsky said.’” Chicotsky is one of three “bald angelicals,” the men who wear the ads. When they’re working, they’re accompanied by two female actresses carrying signs or waving flags to promote the business, and a third actor in a full-body spandex suit. “They’ll flank the baldie to get as much attention as possible,” Chicotsky said. His clients include a handful of local Austin businesses. For each one, his crew makes a custom temporary tattoo. “We perfect them so they can withstand any weather,” he said. Chicotsky plans to expand to other cities and bring on more “bald angelicals.”

You almost want to respect this dick-headed dick for thinking of a creative way to out-game the system. Almost. $320 a day turns this story from an inspiring entrepreneurial success story to some dbag trying to leverage his connections at the local news to make a quick buck. Brandon, just because the lady at the local news is a family friend and you can get 7 people to stand in a circle and stare at your head doesn’t make you a business genius. $320 a day? You know that’s more than a lot of billboards cost, right?

Hey, but at least the guy with the Texas polo tucked into his JEANS and his buddy Rick Astley think it’s an “original and unique idea”. Gotta count for something.