Man Gets Pauline Hanson Tattoo On Leg And Drops His Trousers At Pub To Show It Off
Pauline Hanson will certainly go down in Australia's history as a politician that wasn't afraid to speak her mind.
While she's been derided by many across the country, she also has loads of fans who reckon she should be Prime Minister and drain Australia's political swamp.
But she's now been cemented in Australia's lore so much that someone got a tattoo of the One Nation leader's face on his leg. Wow, just wow.
According to the West Australian, some bloke was in a pub in Fremantle, Western Australia over the weekend where he was keen to show off the ink on his leg.
He was so determined, in fact, that he dropped his pants and allowed everyone to grab a look at the politician's face now etched into his right quad.
The design is pretty impressive, especially considering face tattoos can be very, very hit and miss sometimes.
Ms Hanson recently raised eyebrows about comments she made about domestic violence victims.
"There are people out there who are nothing but liars and who will use that in the court system," she said to the ABC earlier this month.
"I am hearing too many cases where parents are using domestic violence to stop the other parent from seeing their children; perjury is in our system but they are not charged with perjury."
When she was asked to support her claims, Ms Hanson said she had personal experience and 'submissions from people that this is the case'.
She has been pushing for a parliamentary inquiry into the Family Court to see whether there is any bias given to women during the sometimes painful process of separation. The government has agreed to launch the inquiry and asked Ms Hanson to co-chair it.
But Ms Hanson isn't the only politician to be inked onto someone's body.
A bloke revealed earlier this year he got a picture of Tony Abbott, which is a shot from one of his most iconic interviews.
Mr Abbott refused to say anything during an interview with Channel 7, with journalist Mark Riley saying to the politician: "You're not saying anything, Tony?"
The bloke sent the ink to Mr Abbott's Instagram account to see if he could get a reaction however it seems like the attempt at banter fell on deaf ears.
People on Reddit weren't that impressed either, with one person writing: "You should no longer be allowed to make decisions."