Playgirl Magazine may be the only media outlet in America not clamoring for a piece of Charlie Sheen.
The gay-friendly publication — which has featured blushworthy snapshots of celebs ranging from Big Daddy Kane to Keith Urban since its introduction in 1973 — made itself subject of banter on the blogosphere this week, when they offered $10,000 to the first person who could supply snaps of CNN anchor Anderson Cooper in his birthday suit.
But you’d like have to pay Playgirl to run images of Sheen sans threads. As the magazine’s rep Daniel Nardicio puts it:
“We try not to go after totally busted and toothless guys unless they’re packing — which I doubt Charlie is.”