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Lad Loses Fantasy Football Bet And Gets 'Lurpak' Sex Tattoo In Ibiza

Lad Loses Fantasy Football Bet And Gets 'Lurpak' Sex Tattoo In Ibiza

Drunken bets can get you in a lot of trouble. You've got to be certain that you're going to win, otherwise, it's almost certainly going to come back and bite you in the arse.

And that's what happened to one lad - who wishes not to be named - when he wagered that he would win his friends' fantasy football league last season, despite being hundreds of points behind his pal.

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The forfeit? Whoever lost had to get a tattoo of their mates' choosing.

He did indeed lose, and as friends have a knack of doing, they took advantage of intimate knowledge of the 22-year-old's past, and one night in particular, after which he became known as 'Butter Boy'.

And last week, his mates called in the bet and made him get a tattoo of a sausage being dunked into a tub of Lurpak. You could probably venture a guess at where this is going.

The lad's mates took the opportunity to bring up 'Butter Boy's' sexual past. Credit: LADbible
The lad's mates took the opportunity to bring up 'Butter Boy's' sexual past. Credit: LADbible

Speaking to LADbible, he said: "Basically, on a drunken night out I pulled a girl and we tried having sex but we needed lube. I didn't have any but the girl suggested using butter, so I got the tub of Lurpak. Worked perfectly. Would highly recommend."

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He added: "I don't regret telling my friends about it, you've gotta tell your mates everything - this isn't even the worst thing I've done. 'Butter Boy' was the most recent nickname I was given - we were playing Picolo in Ibiza and my nickname just became Butters."

Like most bad decisions, this particular piece of artwork was the result of a drunken night out with his mates.

Credit: LADbible
Credit: LADbible

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He said: "I've made a few bets this year with my mates regarding the football, the other main one was if city didn't retain the league, I'd have to get my head shaved - luckily I won that.

"But I made this one whilst very drunk in Spoons one night. Despite being 400 points behind my mate in the fantasy league, I was determined to bring it back, sadly however, I lost, so I had to get the tattoo."

A few months after losing the wager, the young Lothario says he actually forgot about it all, until another drunken night out, this time in Spain.

He said: "I forgot until we got to Ibiza whilst we were staying in our villa, my mate brought it up again. And because I was drunk the entire time I was more up for it than I should've been, until the day came and we got to the tattoo parlour - I was sh**ing it, but I had to go through with it."

But it could have have been a lot worse for the lad if his friends had got their way.

The original design didn't involve a sausage. Credit: LADbible
The original design didn't involve a sausage. Credit: LADbible

He added: "It was very painful, at points it felt like being stabbed. All my mates picked it whilst we were sat around the pool - I was happier when I found out it was a sausage because originally it was just gonna be a penis."

But while most people would be mortified of having this moment etched on their skin forever more, this young footy fan says he's no plans of getting rid.

He said: "It's still healing now but it could've been a lot worse, it's still a very shit tattoo but I'm not too arsed about it, can't be covering it up man, ruins the bet then doesn't it?"

Adding: "I'm single so that's all good and I'll have to find a girl with a sense of humour, I guess."

Fair play to him, but not sure I'll ever look at a fry-up the same way ever again.

LADbible has approached Lurpak for comment.

Featured Image Credit: LADbible

Topics: interesting facts, Tattoo, Ibiza

Dominic Smithers

Dominic graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in French and History. Like you, Dom has often questioned how much use a second language has been. Well, after stints working at the Manchester Evening News, the Accrington Observer and the Macclesfield Express, along with never setting foot in France, he realised the answer is surprisingly little. But I guess, c'est la vie. Contact us at [email protected]