Aussie Bikie Wants His Face Tattoos Removed Because He Reckons They’re Embarrassing
Whenever someone gets a risqué tattoo, they'll usually do it in a place where the sun don't shine so they're not constantly pestered with questions about the inking.
Well, one Aussie bikie gang member has revealed that he kind of regrets getting his facial tattoos and he now finds them 'embarrassing'.
Troy Fornaciari has 'Tuff Luck' inked onto his eyelids (ouch, goddamn ouch), 'Not Guilty' on one cheek and 'In Gods Hands' on his chin, according to news.com.au.
His lawyer has appeared in Wollongong Local Court to explain to the judge his client wants to change his ways and he's starting with the tattoos.
Fornaciari has been spending more than a year behind bars for his alleged involvement in the banned Finks bikie gang.
He was locked up after a phone tap revealed he was reportedly trying to establish a clubhouse in an industrial unit in the city's north.
When police eventually raided the property they allegedly found a stolen vehicle, a black loaded pistol, ammunition and a silencer, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.
But while some people might regret getting a face tattoo, this women did it with the full intention of keeping it for life.
The former lingerie model had the word inked above her right eyebrow on the first day of her apprenticeship as a tattooist, three years ago.
For the past year she has worked at the Tattooed Gent parlour, Birmingham, and says she will 'never go back' to her old life.
"I got the word 'Cursed' tattooed on my face the first day I was apprenticed as a tattoo artist so I would persevere in the industry," she said.
"Previously I had worked in the hospitality industry and swore that I would never go back and I suppose with the tattoos I won't be able to.
Kayleigh says she used to be shy as a child, but tattoos have boosted her confidence and now has more than 60 per cent of her body covered.
Carl Coyne, 32, owner of the shop, added: "Kayleigh's really coming on now. She is eager to learn and really receptive to doing things better."
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