1The inmate who had the name of the girl he killed tatooed on his forehead
The tattoo was put there by the cousin of Katie Collman, the fourth grader murdered back in January 2005.
2The one night stand who got tattoed all over his body
3The cheating girlfriend who got a pile of poo on her back
She had apparently asked her artist lover for a scene from the Narnia films but her hopes were dashed spectacularly when Fitzjerald started with the ink needle.
Many people claim that this story is a hoax. Some suspicious bloggers also dug deeper to dispel the myth by tracking down court records. It appears that no such civil complaint was ever filed by anyone of the name Brovent, or that such a person even exists in Dayton. But the fact is that no one knows the real original of the image.
4The teen who was attacked and had the word DOG tattooed for sleeping with someone else's girlfriend
Three days after being released, Tattersall, of Nowra, NSW, went on an "ice" binge and lured the 18-year-old to a house on February 23 to exact revenge. He broke the teenager's ankle with a baseball bat, then took him outside to let his mates punch and kick him before forcing him on the floor and tattooing "DOG" on his forehead in green ink.
The teen is now blind in his left eye and has undergone extensive surgery to his ankle as a result of the attack. Since then he has grown his fringe long and taken to wearing caps as a way of concealing the tattoo on his forehead.
5The tattoo artist who inked his friend's cheating wife while the husband had her tied
The husband was sentenced to a slightly longer term AND 6 strokes with a cane. Now there's some justice for you!
6The man who decided to get a second tattoo in the middle of the night and ended up with this
7The Asian tattoo artist who tattoed profanities every time someone asked for a Japanese symbol
“I had it for months before I knew what it really meant,” Smith said. “Then I went jogging through the Carnegie Mellon campus and a group of Asian kids started laughing and calling me ‘Shorty.' That's when I knew something was up.”
Sakai, an award-winning tattoo artist, was tired of seeing sacred Japanese words, symbols of his heritage, inked on random white people. So he used their blissful ignorance to make an everlasting statement. Any time a customer came to Sakai's home studio wanting Japanese tattooed on them, he modified it into a profane word or phrase.
It was revealed that seven people unknowingly received explicit tattoos from the disgruntled artist. Kerri Baker, a Carlow College freshman, paid $50 to have the symbols for “beautiful goddess” etched above her belly button, but when she went into Szechuan Express Asian Noodle Shop sporting a bare midriff, the giggling employees explained to her that the tattoo really said, “Insert General Tso's Chicken Here!”
Sakai doesn't feel guilty about using hapless college students as canvases for his graffiti.