Naked Cowboy Takes On Chicago

Times Square legend hits city landmarks.

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Times Square legend Robert Burck, aka the Naked Cowboy, picked a pretty cold day to hit Chicago with his staple uniform -- an acoustic guitar, cowboy boots, hat and those iconic briefs -- but you can't blame him, because it's that get-up that's made him famous. Burck was in town to promote his line of Naked Oysters, hosting a dinner at Wicker Park's The Bedford Wednesday night. But during the day he decided to hit the streets, surprising passers-by along State Street, Millenium Park, and flashing Marilyn Monroe along Michigan Avenue. Photos provided by Bill Werme Photography.
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