'Human Billboard' Who Tattooed Porn Site Names on His Face Says He May Have Made a Big Mistake

A man who began selling ad space on his face back in 2007 now says he want the tattoos gone.

After auctioning off real estate on his forehead, cheeks, and chin for hundreds of dollars, Billy Gibby of Anchorage, Alaska, soon found himself with over 20 facial tats, a few of which were purchased by porn sites.

'Human Billboard' Who Tattooed Porn Site Names on His Face Says He May Have Made a Big Mistake

Gibby later upped the ante by trading in his own name in exchange for cash, legally changing it to Hostgator Dotcom in 2010.

The move garnered "the Human Billboard" plenty of publicity, but after a while it became harder and harder to sell his body to interested parties, and his prices, once as high as $10,000, dropped below $100 a tat.

Now, two years later, Gibby admits that he may have been a bit rash in getting porn site names inked on his face forever but blames the decision on his bipolar disorder.

"I'm trying to get rid of the ones on my face," Gibby told the Huffington Post. "I regret them because I only did them because of my mental illness."

To help him raise the $4,000 he needs to laser the facial tats off, Gibby is once again offering to sell the skin off his back. And front. And sides.

"I have space on my arms, hands, chest and the legs," he said. "I won't take ads from companies that are racist and I won't do political ads either."

His penis and buttocks are also off limits — that is, unless the price is right. "I'd need $1 million to do that," he said.

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