The sad story of human billboard David Jonathan Winkelman

Winkelman became a human billboard for the radio station KORB in late-2000 after a disc jockey offered listeners a six-figure payout if they tattooed the FM station’s call letters and logo on their forehead. Winkelman and his stepson, Richard Goddard, went to a local tattoo parlor and each emerged with forehead ink promoting “93 Rock,” the “Quad City Rocker.”

But when the two guys tried to claim the money, the radio station said it was just a joke. They sued, but the suit was dismissed.

Winkelman just got arrested for something or other, so we’re all treated to the mugshot below. Poor guy…

 The sad story of human billboard David Jonathan Winkelman

Via Gawker.

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  1. Posted October 19, 2010 at 1:29 pm | Permalink

    he deserved it.. it’s a hillbilly ignorant and stupid ugly moron!!!

  2. Posted October 20, 2010 at 10:04 am | Permalink

    Clearly, he’s stupid. And ugly. But man… that is a cold thing to have to live with for the rest of your life, even if you brought it on yourself.

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