It was a gruelling run for each and every contestant daring enough to enter, but there can only be one winner.
Saskatoon’s Austin Zentner was a little bit richer Thursday after his name was pulled from the grand prize draw for $10,000 in Rock 102’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap contest.
Mark Loshack with Rock 102 said the winner went the extra mile, sacrificing his hair for a chance to win the money.
“It was called the wheel of haircuts. And so we had all these hairstyles he had to get and so he landed on the sideways mohawk,” Loshack said.
One deed had a contestant sitting in every seat in Sasktel Centre, while another saw a man eating a 10-pound turkey in one sitting.
How about the person who had to wear a rubber chicken costume for five weeks? Or when another contestant sat in a bathtub full of leeches.
For those who hoped another entry would be lucky enough to win the $10,000 prize, there is a consolation.
People can vote online for their choice of contestant to win $1,000 until midnight Thursday, Oct. 27. The winner for fan’s choice will be announced on the Rock 102 morning show the next day.