A 20-year-old US man is selling advertising space on his forehead to the highest bidder on website eBay.

Andrew Fisher, from Omaha, Nebraska, said he would have a non-permanent logo or brand name tattooed on his head for 30 days.



“The way I see it I’m selling something I already own; after 30 days I get it back,” he told the BBC Today programme.



Mr Fisher has received 39 bids so far, with the largest bid currently at more than $322 (£171).



“The winner will be able to send me a tattoo or have me go to a tattoo parlour and get a temporary ink tattoo on my forehead and this will be something they choose, a company name or domain name, perhaps their logo,” he told the Radio 4 programme.



On the online auction, Mr Fisher describes himself as an “average American Joe, give or take”.



His sales pitch adds: “Take advantage of this radical advertising campaign and become a part of history.”



Mr Fisher said that while he would accept any brand name or logo, “I wouldn’t go around with a swastika or anything racial”.



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