The Tattoo Fixers from E4’s hit show have seen a lot of awful tattoos, but every now and again one comes along which particularly shocks them.
On last night’s episode, April 18, fixers Alice, Sketch and Pash were astounded by a guest’s tattoo which simply read ‘I love anal’.
Although Sam thought the tattoo was a good idea while she was on holiday, she visited the Tattoo Fixers to ask for a cover up.
At first Sam was nervous to show the fixers the graphic ink, agreeing with Alice ‘it is one of those things which is a little bit satisfying but you don’t want to admit that you like it’.
Check out Sam’s visit:
As Sam pulled up the dress to reveal the tattoo which was inked on the middle of her right butt cheek, everyone’s jaws dropped in shock.
Receptionist Paisley said what we were all thinking, ‘oh nooooooooooo’.
Although Sam told the fixers she likes ‘it’, both the tattoo and anal, she admitted when it started to affect her love life she decided the ink had to go.
She told the team ‘it affects me, it’s embarrassing’.
Luckily for Sam the tattoo is now completely covered by Sketch’s tiger cub in a teacup design, which she loves describing it as ‘worth the pain’.
Sam concluded the original bum tattoo will now be her ‘little secret’, although one she revealed to the public on television, might I add.
He woke up with the tattoo the morning after a stag do becoming instantly filled with regret.
Lewys told the team:
I’ve got a sh*t tattoo that I need gone. I was on a stag do/rugby tour, had a few too many, ended up in a tattoo shop and had a bad tattoo.
I thought it was a great idea at the time… until I sobered up. It’s a bit of a controversial person.
I was just drunk, and he’s in the news a lot isn’t he – so, that’s the first person that popped into my head.
I want to make it clear, I’m not a fan of Donald Trump. For some reason that’s what popped into my head, and as soon as I said it, there was no going back.
Luckily for Lewys the fixers covered Trump with a tattoo of a native American chief, complete with a feather head dress.
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Emily Murray is a journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and History before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. Emily has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Trinity Mirror. When Emily isn’t writing about topics including mental health and entertainment, you can find her at the cinema which is her second home.